After releasing a luxury edition of the New York Yankees signature logo cap with Gucci. Gucci returns to the popular MLB patch for its new GG Supreme Backpack. The GucciGG Supreme Logo Backpack is priced at $1,248.
So say in this day that a huge major fashion house with a big following from the African American community would choose to offend them like this it’s so careless and exactly show approved these racist images but possibly if huge fashion houses would employ more minority on these decision boards stuff like this would not be coming out of these fashion houses.Continue reading
Gucci officially opened the new Gucci Wooster Bookstore on Tuesday. The intimate reading space is located inside Gucci’s Wooster boutique in SoHo, New York City and is curated by Dashwood Books founder David Strettell.Continue reading
Gucci has released a set of small leather waist packs to help accentuate just about any outfit in your closet. Panels of pebbled leather are elevated with antique gold hardware, ivory canvas lining and the brand’s iconic logo and interlocking GG symbol embossed on the front. Continue reading
The first unified Gucci fashion show, the Women’s and Men’s Fall Winter 2017 Collection was inspired by the Alchemist’s Garden. Creative director Alessandro Michele’s lineup included ruffled gowns and suiting strewn with floral prints, T-shirts scrawled with artist Coco Capitán’s writing and accessories laden with animal hardware. Continue reading
The Gucci Fall Winter 2016 campaign gives us a Lost in Translation vibes, especially the images of an isolated model brooding as the world hums along behind him or her. We’re thinking Sofia Coppola would approve. Plus, the combination of psychedelic lights and the more serene spaces (like the softly painted tea house) make us want to book a flight to Japan as soon as possible!Continue reading
Gucci-Ghost, otherwise known as Trouble Andrew, is a NYC-based graffiti artist that made his name by spray painting his stylized take on Gucci’s double G logo pattern on walls and dumpsters around his neighborhood.
But rather than suing his irreverent ass into financial oblivion, the Italian fashion house enlisted him as a collaborator for its FW16 collection.
Ghost’s tags appeared on Gucci carrier bags and on pieces throughout the new seasonal range. Another example of urban art effecting the mainstream fashion industry.
The theme for Gucci spring-summer 2016 collection and ad campaign takes inspiration from the visual codes and aesthetics of German 80’s pop culture. The collection spotlights bold prints, pleating and ruffles, creating a bold collection definitely not for the faint of heart.