Friday, June 13, 2008


Which way do you go: Emilio Pucci or Leonard? These two competing wonders of the print worlds share a divine design and the Midas touch with swirling dervishes of zigs and zags amidst bursts of flowers and hallucinating mind blowers.

We are presenting two dresses below that represent each of the fabulous print houses and actually share something in common: a shades-of-brown color story. The Emilio Pucci is a long sleeve and round neck dress in stripes of gold and brown, boarded by a vaguely tribal-meets-geometric pattern. The Leonard dress has a slight V-neck and its heavily detailed pattern includes abstract swishes in gold, orange,brown, and violet.

If you can't choose which way you go (Pucci or Leonard), we say go both ways! Two loves are better than one.

Emilio Pucci for Lord and Taylor silk jersey round neck dress in shades of brown, c 1960s. Marked size 12, modern 4 to 8. (Dress is not flawless, some spotting, but we still love it!) SOLD

Leonard V neck silk jersey dress in shades of brown, gold and violet, c 1970s. Modern size 4. Sold

For additional information, please email or call + 1 323 655-0223. You may also visit us in person at Decades 8214 1/2 Melrose Avenue (2nd Floor) at Harper Avenue in Los Angeles, California. Please reference the description above, if calling or emailing. For email requests, kindly include your full name and phone number plus City, State, and Country from which you are contacting.