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  1. I'm hoping someone here is familiar with vintage Emilio Pucci labels. Do you know if all vintage Pucci items have a label that says Emilio Pucci or are some vintage Pucci items just labeled Pucci (not Emilio Pucci)? Also, do all authentic Pucci items also state the country where the item was manufactured on the label? If so, are all Pucci items manufactured in Italy? Thank you for the info! I recently acquired a blouse labeled Pucci (no country of origin, label just says Pucci). I'm wondering if it is a fake.
  2. b*a*vintagequeen

    b*a*vintagequeen Registered Guest


    Hello I am sorry I can not help you with the question, but dont worry someone will be along to answer you!
  3. schoolsgirl

    schoolsgirl Registered Guest

    Hi Alicia, could you post an image of the label?
  4. bartondoll

    bartondoll Guest

    Hi Alicia,

    There are several members that are experienced with
    Pucci (luck of the short straw draw, I am not one of them:)

    I know two are away from here for the day, but hopefully will return tonight.

    And yes, if you can post a pic of the label that would
    be great!

  5. cosmiccowgirl

    cosmiccowgirl Alumni

    I have had Pucci items where the fabric content has been on a separate narrow label tacked to the the bottom of the main label. As far as the name on the tag goes, I can't answer that definitively. If you post a photo, that would really help narrow it down. Also, I've never seen a vintage Pucci print without the Emilio signature in the fabric design (or EPFFR on the Form Fit Rogers pieces.)

    Hopefully, this isn't one of those imfamous "Tucci" items that are occasionally mistaken for and sold as Puccis on ebay.
  6. cosmiccowgirl

    cosmiccowgirl Alumni

    Here are a few examples from items I've owned of those kinds of labels:

    <img src="http://www.grandecom.net/~cosmiccowgirl/ebay/PUC3.JPG"><BR>
    <img src="http://www.grandecom.net/~cosmiccowgirl/ebay/PU4.JPG"><BR>
    <img src="http://www.grandecom.net/~cosmiccowgirl/ebay/PUC5.JPG"><BR>
  7. I would be happy to post a photo of the label. I am new to the group and am just learning how to use this system. I could not find instructions on how to attach a photo. Could someone please give me instructions?
    And yes, I'm pretty sure this item is a fake. I just wanted confirmation before I notify the person who gave it to me.
  8. dibs2002

    dibs2002 Registered Guest

    Hi Alicia - welcome to the group! Under the last post, there are 3 buttons that say 'New Topic', 'New Poll' and 'Post Reply'. If you click 'Post Reply' you will get a new screen where you can compose a message. You will also see some extra buttons at the top of the box, one is for posting images, just click on it and enter the URL of your image (with the http).

    I'm not sure but you might also be able to enter the HTML code right in here, it would look like:

    < img src="http://the url to your image" >

    Hope that helps.

    Have you also checked our label resource for the Pucci labels?

  9. dibs2002

    dibs2002 Registered Guest

  10. cotmyey

    cotmyey VFG Member


    Well, this is where I can help!

    I'll be posting a thread about how to insert pictures in this forum, how to do links etc.

  11. How do I insert an image when it is downloaded and stored using camedia (not stored at a website url)?
    Looking at the label I was inquiring about earlier, I suspect it is indeed Tucci, not Pucci. Does anyone out there know anything about Tucci? The blouse looks like it is from the 70's.
    I already own a genuine Pucci item, a men's necktie (it is made of silk, has signature throughout the design and the label says Emilio Pucci), so as soon as I saw the blouse label, I realized it was not an item designed by Emilio Pucci, I just wanted independent confirmation. If someone can tell me how to post a photo stored in camedia, I would be happy to post both labels (the Emilio Pucci label on the necktie and the label on the blouse). Thanks!
  12. b*a*vintagequeen

    b*a*vintagequeen Registered Guest

    I am not sure what camedia is, but if it like a photo album storage area, try right clicking on the picture and then click properties, and the url of the photo should appear. Just copy and paste it ! Just click on the litthe photo square above (the one that looks like it has mountains) and insert the url there.


    See if that works!
  13. schoolsgirl

    schoolsgirl Registered Guest

    Hi Alicia, the photo must be hosted online in order to show on the board

    first you must host the photo

    then post the link here

    Tucci is a well known copy of Pucci
  14. b*a*vintagequeen

    b*a*vintagequeen Registered Guest

    Um...yes I meant an online photo album, like a place you can share your photo albums online with friends and have photos printed, ect. But now I found out that is the software for your camera so it wont work.
  15. latebloomers

    latebloomers Registered Guest

    I use Camedia to download my images to my computer. Yes, you will need to upload them now to an image host. I use Vendio, but only because I use alot of images, but I think most isp's provide their users with a little web space for this purpose.

    Most likely, you will find everything you need to know for the label with the Label Resource. ;)
  16. cotmyey

    cotmyey VFG Member

    Here's Aliciia's label. It is a Tucci

  17. Thanks for helping me to post the photo, Gayle.

    If the seller had provided a photo of the label in her ad when she listed the blouse, I would not have bid on it (I've seen authentic Emilio Pucci items before and suspected this blouse wasn't Pucci as soon as I saw the label). Needless to say, I have already complained to the seller about her misrepresentation (she has not responed, yet).

    I appreciate all the information people on this link have provided in confirming my suspicions. Thank you! In the future, I will not buy clothing items unless I see the labels or other indication they are authentic, such as a signature in the fabric.
  18. artizania

    artizania Alumni +

    If that is your own image of the label, could we have it for the labels reference pages? It is a Pucci 'knock off' that comes up regularly, so a copy of the label would be great for the resource.
  19. cotmyey

    cotmyey VFG Member


    it is Alicia's blouse, but I uploaded the picture to my site, to post it on the board.

    i'll keep track and if Alicia doesn't see your request, I'll email her and ask.

    :P Or you could U2U her!

  20. Hi, Artizania,

    Go ahead and post the Tucci label on the labels reference page.

    The seller who misrepresented the blouse still hasn't contacted me. GRRR. This is the first time (and hopefully the last time) I have had dealings with a seller who committed a misrepresentation.

    I sent Gayle another photo in my original post to her. It is a photo of a label from the back of an authentic Emilio Pucci tie. You have my permission to post that photo if Gayle forwards it to you. Thanks again for the help, everyone. I love vintage clothing and look forward to learning more from the people who participate in this website. :)

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