Fashion in the 60's was all about "pop culture", it was a reflection of the music like the Beatles and movies like Blow-up and La Dolce Vita. Retailers were using Peter Max and Milton Glaser graphics to appeal to the young , who were the majority of the population in the 60's.
Against this background, creations of Emilio Pucci, provided a very obvious way for many women to feel part of the decade. Women were changing as well, along with the music and movies, a more liberated woman was born. And they all wore Pucci.
Rumor has it that Marilyn Monroe was buried in an almond green Pucci dress, the same one she was wearing when she met Arthur Miller.
If you don't own a Pucci, we strongly recommend you rectify that by owning this iconic jumpsuit from the 60's. It embodies everything that the Pucci woman was all about, fun and loud, passionate and rebellious. This piece would surely add a spark of joy into your life. A very fashionable spark - that is.