The Italian brand founded by Elio Fiorucci in Milan in May 1967 is back. Many of you may not know it but during the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s it gained the respect of the scene.
The big boom of Fiorucci (@fiorucci)arrived in 1976 with its arrival to NY. Its store, opened at 59th Street, immediately became a place of worship where the top exponents of the intellectual community of the city met. Andy Warhol chose its window for the launch of the revolutionary magazine “Interwiew” – with this you have an idea -.
Now, after its decline – sold to Edwin and later to H&M – it returns to position itself as a #must in the most select streetwear and recover its position in the streets. We are completely sure that many of the prints that have been reissued are familiar to you or at least you have crossed them through the feed of your instagram – especially the angels.
Among the clothes that the brand proposes to us – without the figure of Elio, but with all his essence – we can highlight the re-edition of their most iconic drawings but especially the Fiorucci Angels, to which we referred above. Fiorucci has also reissued pieces with the old logo or prints from the 70s.
The collection is now available through its website and be sure: any of the new reissues of Fiorucci is a #musthave.
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