CAPRI, Italy — In a location that requires no filter, it was astonishing what number of such instruments have been getting used on a springlike April afternoon. The event? A recent begin for Emilio Pucci, the Florentine label based by Marchese Emilio Pucci in 1947, and the primary choices beneath its new inventive director, Camille Miceli. About 175 company have been collaborating in a three-day celebration of nonstop Instagram fodder.

Once upon a time, Slim Aaron would have been the one to seize such beau monde happenings. These days it’s the likes of Wu Jie, a 21-year-old influencer from Milan. A self-styled cool hunter, she goes by the deal with niki_wujie and is from Zhengzhou in central China.

“We need curiosity,” she mentioned. “Otherwise we get bored in a second. Brands must be active now.”

Ms. Miceli confirmed her first assortment on this island within the Gulf of Naples, the place Emilio Pucci used to spend summers together with his high-society buddies and shoppers and which has drawn the modern since Roman occasions. To present her new designs, she selected to forgo a standard runway format. Instead, the island was become a backdrop to showcase her designs. That meant a three-day carnival of linked vignettes by which Pucci-clad fashions intermingled with company at vigorous soirees, on the seaside and on the dance ground.

Fortunate invitees have been flown in, transported on ready boats to the Marina Grande, the principle port on the island, then whisked up by funicular to the city of Capri — Pucci cloth was snaked across the handrails — to remain on the Grand Hotel Quisisana.

Kicking off the festivities on Thursday, company convened at Bar Tiberio within the picturesque piazzeta, or city sq., for a pre-dinner aperitivo. The cafe had been “Puccified” — that’s, its wicker spruced up with Pucci print cushions and tablecloths.

At dinner, company wore designs from the brand new assortment — all method of authentic prints reworked, enlarged or downsized. And a recent brand, two intertwined fish, that Ms. Miceli described as a “no-brainer.” Many partygoers clutched Pucci terry-cloth magnificence baggage as purses. Others wore the high-waist pants trimmed with fringe. Cindy Bruna, a mannequin, danced in a sand-colored lace-up miniskirt and geometric print crop prime.

Dashing across the restaurant, the unstuffy Ms. Miceli wasn’t within the jet-set vibe of yore.

“I wouldn’t use the term,” she mentioned. “It’s a little awkward now. It’s more about community and family.” And whereas her assortment doesn’t depart from Pucci’s resort DNA, Ms. Miceli has adjusted its relevance, tapping right into a extra inclusive tribe.

“Pucci is for people that share an appreciation for a certain type of lifestyle,” she mentioned, referring to a brand new set linked not via social standing however by an appreciation not solely of dancing on tables but in addition of a meditation session.

Ms. Miceli had invited Arnaud Caby, her Iyengar yoga trainer in Paris, to host two Friday morning classes. Most company confirmed up in Pucci yoga pants, a mismatch patchwork of archival motifs.

“Who wants the front row?” one attendee mentioned. “Courage,” mentioned Mr. Caby, who put the prints via their paces.

Leggings would show to be the hardest-working garment from Ms. Miceli’s assortment, known as “La Grotta Azzurra,” for Capri’s Blue Grotto. Mathilde Favier, who manages movie star shoppers at Christian Dior, wore her skinny stretch trousers beneath a Dior black lace gown for dinner; Sabine Getty, a jewellery designer and socialite, danced in hers; and a pregnant Susie Lau, a British vogue influencer, paired them with a billowing caftan for natty boat apparel.

After yoga, Ms. Miceli frolicked by the pool on the Quisisana, managing photograph shoots and interviews. She had accessorized her leggings with a classic Disney sweatshirt and a corno, or horn necklace, a standard Neapolitan good-luck attraction, a present from a Caprese Pucci retailer assistant. Ms. Miceli mentioned she hoped that the label can be embraced by women and men alike.

“We need more Pucci for men,” mentioned Gunna, an Atlanta rapper who’s an envoy for the label. He sat within the foyer in a mismatched Pucci silk shirt and hat with customized denims and yellow Marni slides — and lashings of diamonds. The island had proved so inspiring that he’d arrange a makeshift studio on the lodge.

“I’ve definitely found a new vacation spot,” he mentioned. He was partway via taking pictures a video for “Poochie Gown,” one of many tracks on his newest album, “DS4Ever.”

Guests departing for lunch on the Bagni di Tiberio seaside membership have been greeted by fashions perched on rocks at a jetty in insouciant incarnations of psychedelic Pucci archival prints.

Homer’s Ulysses referred to Capri’s coast because the realm of sirens, mythological beings who enticed sailors to their demise, and these appeared as modern-day variations. In their tasseled high-waist pants and silk tops, they lured company into an Instagram frenzy.

Boarding for lunch have been the French decorator Jacques Grange; Sidney Toledano, the chief govt of the LVMH Fashion Group, which owns Pucci, nearly unrecognizable dressed down in a swirly turquoise Pucci jacket (“It’s on purpose,” he joked); and Yoyo Cao, an entrepreneur. The taxi boats have been decked out with the label’s prints.

At the seaside membership, a cabaret-style show of the label’s swimsuits greeted them. Elie Top, a jewellery designer, took a dip within the turquoise sea earlier than lunch. Plates of mozzarella nearly knocked vogue off the grid. Between programs of zucchini fritte, melanzane toasts and Caprese salads, Gunna began an impromptu efficiency till calls of “the risotto is ready” shut it down.

Mr. Toledano mentioned the scene reminded him of journeys to Ibiza a few years in the past. “She didn’t need to present a big book,” he mentioned of Ms. Miceli’s concepts for the debut assortment. “Camille likes to be free, but she listens.” He smiled.

“Our wardrobe, our way of thinking, our daily life has changed” due to the pandemic, Ms. Miceli mentioned. She recalled shopping for Pucci jersey clothes within the Nineties and appreciating that they didn’t wrinkle in a suitcase. It was that ease and flexibility that was on show because the solar dipped throughout the Gulf of Naples.

In Anacapri, a lower-key mountaintop village, company wandered cobbled streets to Villa Belsito, a personal dwelling the place the web retailer Mytheresa was serving to host the label’s celebration.

Diego Della Valle, the chairman of Tod’s, dropped by from his close by villa, catching up with buddies. Later, a dance efficiency impressed by the work of the Italian movie director Paolo Sorrentino, that includes Pucci-clad dancers, kick-started Ms. Miceli’s invitation to rejoice her Pucci household on the dance ground. Disco classics had the company up in seconds.

As in “The Great Beauty,” a movie by Mr. Sorrentino that received an Oscar in 2014 for greatest international language movie, it’s not simple to tackle the previous and to determine its future, however it should get you seen.