Emilio Pucci Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Don Emilio Pucci, Marchese di Barsento; was a Florentine Italian fashion designer and politician. He and his eponymous company are synonymous with geometric prints in a kaleidoscope of colors. After Emilio Pucci's death in 1992, his daughter, Laudomia Pucci, continued to design under the Pucci name. The French LVMH luxury goods empire acquired 67% of Pucci in 2000. Laudomia became Image Director, while LVMH brought in major designers such as Christian Lacroix, and in October 2005, Matthew Williamson, and Peter Dundas from 2009. Other designers who have worked for the label include Stephan Janson and Julio Espada. Laudomia Pucci has created a talent center in the family estate in Granaiolo and every year she invites students from Polimoda, ECAL, and Central Saint Martins to see the Emilio Pucci archives and inspired by those, come up with new ideas.
Emilio Pucci customer service is horrible, online delivery can take up to 3 months and according to Jan Brandt on facebook.com she didn't receive a refund
"Your customer service is horrible. Ordered a shirt from you in April it was delivered in JULY. Immediately called for a return label and was refused because you said item that I received THAT DAY was beyond your two-week return policy. Was told they would follow up right away. Waited a week and heard nothing. Wrote a long email describing the LAW they were violating. And that I would contact FTC. Received a return label that day. Pucci received the returned item on 7/12/19 at 11.47 am. ONE MONTH LATER, I still have not received my refund. Is Pucci ignorant of the law, willfully ignorant, a scam artist company, or just horrible customer service? You decide-- and today, I will let thousands of potential customers take a vote. Buckle up!"