Italian iconoclast of 70s fashion, Elio Fiorucci, has passed away aged 80: http://www.dazeddigital.com/fashion/article/25567/1/remembering-the-italian-iconoclast-of-70s-fashion

Remembering the Italian iconoclast of 70s fashion

Fiorucci - Vintage Ad - 1976 — Fiorucci opens next to Bloomingdale's on East Street in NYC. It became known as the "daytime Studio and attracted trendsetters and celebrities like Andy Warhol.

Fabulous Fiorucci fashion graphics informed by pop art's appropriation of everyday objects. Fiorucci was hugely influential in the 80s and its vibrant aesthetic continues to inspire fashion designers and creative directors

Fabulous Fiorucci fashion graphics informed by pop art's appropriation of everyday objects. Fiorucci was hugely influential in the and its vibrant aesthetic continues to inspire fashion designers and creative directors

Fiorucci by M////A////FF///I//A, via Flickr

The real epicenter of Fiorucci’s cool was its New York store at 125 East Street. The press compared its atmosphere of debauchery to that of Studio

fiorucci forever for Meri.

Erica and I were obsessed with our Fiorucci shirts!

this is the Fiorucci that made me fall in love with their quirky humourous sense of design in the seventies...business card by TinTrunk, via Flickr

this is the Fiorucci that made me fall in love with their quirky humourous sense of design in the seventies...business card by TinTrunk, via Flickr

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