For your consideration is this elegant "Emilio Pucci for formfit Rogers" dressing gown. Emilio Pucci, the Prince of Prints, collaborated with Formfit Rogers to create a lingerie line in 1959. He is most famous for his use of wild colors and geometric shapes in his designs, however, we are offering an unusual Emilio Pucci gown. This dressing gown is simple, yet very elegant. It's a full-length knit gown, beige in color and adorned with a more elaborate knit design down the front and the arms. It's long-sleeved and features nine matching knit covered buttons as closures down the center front. The labels read "Saks Fifth Avenue" and "Emilio Pucci for formfit Rogers &0% Acrylic 30% linen commercial dry clean only made in Hong Kong RN 32944 size 14". The full length measures 53" from shoulder to hem. It appears to have never been worn. While this dressing gown is a departure from Emilio Pucci's signature design style, its neutral, yet classic design style creates an understated but attractive piece of vintage designer apparel. This item has not been professionally cleaned, but has been stored in a bag.