The renowned Italian fashion house known for its colorful, swirling prints has relocated its U.S. flagship while remaining on the Upper East Side. Under the creative direction of Peter Dundas, the brand is taking its geometric-inspired womenswear ($1,500–$30,000) in a more refined direction, reflected by this boudoir-inspired boutique. The plush velvet couches, purple-marble cabinets and gold trimming are modeled after the Florentine Palazzo Pucci. Expect super-luxe pieces, including printed maxidresses ($5,500), tuxedo-style blazers ($3,550) and sleeveless silk blouses ($2,995). Accessories are artfully arranged throughout the space and include satin pouch clutches ($590), jeweled-toe pumps ($897) and snakeskin handbags ($2,790).