Marcolin renews Emilio Pucci eyewear & sunglasses licence for five years

By Luke Barras-hill |

Marcolin-CEO-Massimo-Renon

Massimo Renon, CEO, Marcolin Group.

Marcolin Group has struck a five-year licence extension with Florentine fashion house Emilio Pucci.

The new deal, which covers the design, production and distribution of Emilio Pucci branded sunglasses and eyeglasses, runs until 31 December 2024.

It builds on a pre-existing partnership with Marcolin, which has been developing eyewear for the Tuscan brand since 2015.

In a statement, Marcolin describes Emilio Pucci as company ‘synonymous with luxury, colour, design and ‘joie de vivre’.

“Modern design concepts, sophisticated craftsmanship and refined structural elements, together with great attention to detail, define the sunglasses and eyeglassese aimed at a woman with is feminine, and who appreciated an elegant and creative aesthetic,” continues the eyewear group.

“The collections express energy and emotion with their unprecedented chromatic brilliance, transcending seasonal trends.”

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