The Italian fashion designer and politician that is Emilio Pucci started his fashion career in 1947. Over the course of his long-spanning career, the designer secured an image of luxury for his brand, starting with luxury sportswear and moving into modern womenswear.

He developed swirling, kaleidoscopic prints that would become his signature, and earn him the title, “The Prince of Prints.” With palazzo pyjamas, foulard shirts and wrinkle-free dresses, he embraced spontaneity and freedom of movement – a distinctly Italian departure from the structured New Look that dominated mid-century fashion.

As for this week’s droplist, Supreme has worked on some archival prints from Emilio Pucci. Specifically, for Spring 2021, designs from 1965 take centre stage. As for the garments, the offerings consist of a Smoking Jacket, Sport Jacket, L/S Shirt, S/S Shirt, Hooded Sweatshirt, Soccer Jersey, Sport Pant, Sweatpant, Soccer Short, Tee, Sunglasses, 6-Panel, Belt and Zippo®.

Take a look at the Supreme x Emilio Pucci collaboration below. If you like what you see then head to a flagship store or their online shop on June 10th. The collection will be available in Japan on the 12th of June.

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