Beyond stunning sheer white and light blue with gold metallic hostess gown. It has a standing collar and dramatic bishop sleeves, which are cuffed at the wrist. The bodice closes by hook and eye closures. The skirt remains open. We are unsure of the designer and maker of this piece, but it appears to be a work of couture if not made by a superior seamstress. Slip not included. But we see it over a catsuit or open with cigarette pants and a silk tee!
Modern size 0/2. Hem can be lengthened 1 1/4 inch
*All MRS Couture garments have been professionally cleaned and thoroughly checked before shipping, so that they are ready to wear upon arrival.
Dead stock and unworn, this bold floral print and multi-color 1960s Pucci piece is awesome as it is both wearable and considered a highly sought after collectors piece. Designed as loungewear for its Collaboration with Formfit Rodgers, the short sleeve jacket has a fabric button closure going down center front. The scoop neckline has pin tucking along the border. The shorts have an elastic waistband. The "Pucci" logo is seen throughout. Brilliantly preserved!
Emilio Pucci, formally known as Emilio Pucci Marquis of Barsento, was famous for his use of unique, heavy geometric patterns with optical-art-like rhythms. Pucci’s use of colorful, frenetic prints in minimalist, straight-forward garment shapes made him a crucial figure in the mid-century transition between pure couture and exclusive ready-to-wear fashion. Pucci’s designs can be found not only on garments, but also on house wear, perfumes, ceramics, and electronics.
*All garments have been professionally cleaned and thoroughly checked before shipping and are ready to wear upon arrival.