Gucci Ancora, Sabato De Sarno’s first collection for Gucci was unveiled on September 22nd in Milan to massive rave reviews. Classic Gucci elements were aplenty whilst fun barely-there tops and cutesy allover embellished mini frocks (with embroidery from the 50’s archival) peppered the gutsy runw
After the abrupt departure of former creative director Alessandro Michele, all eyes were on Gucci for their latest FW 2023 show. Freedom, vivaciousness and overall self expression were a prominent theme in the collection. In an exuberant conversation between past and future, the collection reflects
The Gucci Studio brought an androgynous approach to their designs, signaling a change from the feathers, sequins, and other over-the-top details that people got used to when Alessandro Michele was Creative Director.
https://youtu.be/BUej93sSeng Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele approached this dream-like collection with a whimsical air—no one piece taken too seriously, nor overly formal—there’s a breezy accessibility that fans of the brand will quickly latch on to. In the otherworldly press relea
https://youtu.be/SBACvcRB3es Gucci reimagines optics with their regal-like approach to the Fall/Winter 2022 season. Imagine unexpected slits and silhouettes for a traditional blazer, luxurious robe-like coats, infectious bursts of color, and an assortment of dazzling pattern mixes and fabrications.
If any brand knows how to party, it’s Gucci. Never one to shy away from a fashionable shindig, the brand presented their newest campaign #GucciLoveParade. Fluid in expression, creativity abound and body positivity are all celebrated in the new ads featuring stars such as Snoop Dogg, Miley Cyrus, L
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGYU5Xyw0eE The house of Balenciaga has paired with Gucci for an endeavor they’re calling The Hacker Project. Starting November 15th, the collection will debut in 74 physical retail spaces worldwide. Expect Balenciaga pieces inspired by Gucci aesthetic. Cross-brande
The Hacker Project takes reign on the first installment of Gucci’s Holiday campaign. Creative Director: Alessandro Michele Art Director: Christopher Simmonds Photographer and Director: Harley Weir Make up: Thomas De Kluyver Hair: Paul Hanlon MUSICAL VIDEO CREDITS – THE HACKER PROJECT