Massimo Giorgetti leaves Emilio Pucci

After two years helming Pucci, the designer leaves to focus on his own label MSGM.
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After two years at the helm, designer Massimo Giorgetti has announced his departure from Emilio Pucci yesterday.

Massimo, who replaced Peter Dundas in 2015, has been working with the label for over two years and will now serve his last month as the designer for Pucci and no successor has been announced yet.

On his departure, Massimo says, "Today MSGM needs all of my attention and all of my energy. The experience with Emilio Pucci was a beautiful adventure which added much to my personal growth. I would like to thank Laudomia Pucci, the LVMH group, Mauro Grimaldi, my creative team and the whole company for supporting me throughout this inspiring journey.

As he leaves the Italian label, which is part of the LVMH Group, Massimo will be focusing solely on his own label MSGM.

Stay tuned as we update you with the latest news in the ongoing Designer Musical Chairs.

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