Patrizia Gucci is a multitalented and outstanding creative person from Italy, a country, which has a very fine, cultural tradition.                

Patrizia Gucci, great grand daughter of Guccio Gucci, the founder of the famous fashion imperium, and daughter of  Paolo Gucci., represents the 4 th generation of the well-known familyin Florence, Italy. 

She worked for 12 years in the Gucci family company, she started her carrier as PR International for the family business to represent the family, taking care of the brand image, also working as a designer for the company. In the meantime, she revealed herself to be more and more multi-talented. 

After she left the company in 1992, she started her own business as an independent international designer, designing a collection of leather funiture . 

Subsequently she created her own brand, PATTI PATTI, of fashion accessories in Japan and a line of equestrian clothing for an American firm, as well as becoming an interior decorator starting to decorate her own house which was published in Interior Magazine. 

 In 2005, she was invited to the Institute of European Designs of S.Paolo in Brazil to show her collection of ceramic mosaic tiles and discuss her talent as a designer in many fields, such as jewellery, bedding, Porcelain, Eye wear, Dresses, and so on. She has also decorated the wellness area of the Four Season Hotel’s Presidential Suite in Istanbul, with her designs of mosaics. 

She has also successfully devote herself to painting. Establishing herself as a painter, she has had solo exibitions in Baharain, Florence, Vienna and Budapest. 

She went on collaborating with Italian television Mediaset and Rai.

During her activities she was a colomnist for the Italian women’s magazine, ” Donna Moderna “and became a journalist in 2005. She is the author of five books,  “Il piccolo libro della Semplicità” Mondadori, “Single” , “Il fascino della donna libera” and  “Charme”, each translated in many countries  such as Japan, Korea, Russia, Portogal, Brasil, Turkey, Hungary, Romania, and expanding. “Benvenuti a casa vostra” Lindau, and recently “Gucci La vera storia di una dinastia di successo” Mondadori, translated until now in China, Poland, Serbia, and it is coming Russia.

She designed the entire packaging for a Swedish cosmetic company, Idun, as well as a porcelain collection for a very famous porcelain company, Zsolnay. During this occasion, she was contacted by a Peace charity foundation NVP, founded by Yoko Ono after the murder of John Lennon, to operate for the worldwide Peace through a logo that is a knocked gun.

Currently, she is also designing a line of fashion tights in Poland, for an international company, Marilyn.

She is very well involved in designing mosaics realized by a little Italian craftsman.


Main Exhibitions

  • 2013 She designed a sculpture for “Non-violence Project Foundation”
  • 2009 Personal Exhibition, Opera Gallery Budapest Hungary “Bellezza Toscana” Contemporary Art
  • 2007 Personal Exhibition, Grand Hotel Firenze Patrizia Gucci " Meraviglie dal mondo"
  • 2004 Personal Exhibition, “ Italian Impression”  Morwald im Ambassador in Vienna Austria.
  • 2002 Personal Exhibition, in  Spazio Bertocci in Florence Italy
  • 2000 Personal Exhibition, at the Italian Embassy in Vienna Austria. The show has been organized in occasion of the ceramic collection designed by Patrizia Gucci.
  • 2000 Collective Exhibition, at the Palazzo Vecchio “Premio Internazionale della Donna” in Florence Italy.
  • 2000 Collective Exhibition, in  Palazzina Mangani  Fiesole for artists in Tuscany.
  • 1998 Collective Exhibition, “Iris” at Chiostro S.M.Novella  in Florence Italy.
  • 1998 Personal Exhibition, at the Courtyard of Palazzo Antinori under the patronage by Government of Florence and the Cultural Administration of Florence.
  • 1997 Personal Exhibition, at Le Royal Meridien, under the patronage by Minister of Cabinet Affairs and Information H.E. Mohammed Al Mutawa in Bahrain.


For her demonstrated efforts in her artistic carrier in the field of fine art, the Committee of the Europa Authentica Research Group will grant Patrizia Gucci with the “Artis Laudabilis Award”.

Exhibition catalogue will be published to preserve the memory of the event.

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