The bold hues! The punchy patterns! Nobody creates geometric prints with panache like the Italian house of Emilio Pucci and as of this week, the Design District is chockfull of the iconic label’s playful patterns. Hot on the heels of the label’s larger-than-life flagship opening on Madison Avenue, New York, the Design District door is a key player in the brand’s global retail rollout.
The novel Emilio Pucci store is nestled in the former home of Kartell — located between Cartier and Christian Louboutin. Tapping renowned French architect Joseph Dirand, this particular boutique boasts an unprecedented eye for design — in keeping with the Design District’s original roots.
Now open for business, the store is brimming with pieces from Pucci Creative Director Peter Dundas’ Pre-Fall Collection. A glimpse of the collection tells a decidedly ‘60s story. Think gravity-defying hems, graphic palettes of black and whites, A-line shifts with a dash of bohemian. The Design District location will also carry a heavy assortment of the brand’s specialty pieces — perfect for discerning types.
Pioneering in every sense of the word, welcome to the Miami Design District, Prince of Prints.