The name Emilio Pucci is synonymous with the color-blocked and swirling, kaleidoscopic prints of the ’50s and ’60s that defined an era of jet-set glamour. For spring, British resortwear label Orlebar Brown plumbed the depths of the Florentine luxury brand’s archive, unearthing three distinct geometric prints from the late ’60s and ’70s (the Baiadera, the Labirinto, and the Dischi), which appear on a 20-piece womenswear and menswear capsule collection, including Orlebar Brown’s signature tailored swim shorts.
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