Emilio Pucci Opens in the Design District
June 17, 2013 | Homepage
French architect Joseph Dirand designed the new Design District Emilio Pucci boutique
Kaleidoscopically colorful Italian fashion house Emilio Pucci has opened its third South Florida boutique in Miami's Design District, marking the brand's sixth stateside location. Since unveiling its New York City flagship last November, Pucci has expanded to Las Vegas, Palm Beach, and Aventura.
Within the floor-to-ceiling window ensconced boutique, you'll find breezy looks in signature Pucci prints, as well as sleek solid separates, elegant minaudiéres, and carry-all totes. Staying true to the area's beach-chic style, the Pucci Design District boutique will offer shoppers an abundant array of resort wear while also displaying its full product line.
In addition to an overall design that nods the brand's Florentine roots and Miami Beach's Art Deco style, French architect Joseph Dirand integrated opulent, marble slab Pucci lettering throughout the store's interior. Dirand then contrasted the lavish conversation pieces with an airy, neutral color palette and clean, white walls. The result is globally-inspired glamour at every turn. 155 N.E. 40 St., #100, Miami, 305-576-1830
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