From Pucci’s psychedelic patterns to Iuter’s skate-inspired prints: how Italian designers have led innovations in textiles throughout the 20th century.
The dynamic geometrical patterns of Emilio Pucci; the dazzling trompe-l’œil effects of Roberta di Camerino; the pop sensibilities of Gianni Versace and Franco Moschino; the bold street-style prints of Iuter and Sunnei—these and countless other innovations have made Italian design a leading force in the history of 20th-century textiles. Hardcover, 224 pages.
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