Ralph Pucci International is a high end mannequin, lighting and furniture showroom based in New York City.
Over the years, Ralph Pucci has developed a relationship with fashion designers, illustrators and supermodels. These collaborations produced new innovative and avant-garde collections that changed the mannequin industry. Collaborators included Ruben Toledo, Anna Sui, Maira Kalman, Christy Turlington, Veruschka and Kenny Scharf and created the likeness of Diane von Furstenberg for the 40th anniversary exhibit of her iconic wrap dress.
Ralphy Pucci is now exhibition at New York’s Museum of Arts and Design, in a celebration the work of Ralph Pucci, whose mannequin designs chronicle changes in visual culture over more than 30 years
Ralph Pucci: the Art of the Mannequins occupies a floor of the Manhattan museum, and includes a selection of mannequins dating from the 1980s to the 2000s, as well as a mini sculptor’s studio for live model-making demonstrations.
Today, Ralph Pucci is considered the best of the best in the high end fields of mannequins, lighting, furniture and art. The Markopoulos Award, the highest honor in the Visual Merchandising Industry, was given to Pucci. Interior Design said “Pucci is One of the Best of the Year in Interiors, Architecture, Fashion and Design” and was chosen “The Best Furniture Gallery in New York” by Manhattan Magazine, ‘The Best in Furniture and Furnishings” by Robb Report and “The Best Showroom” by Wallpaper. In 2013 Ralph Pucci was honored by Inner City Arts in Los Angeles. He also serves on the board of Pratt Institute.