There’s no getting away from the fact that Gucci is God-like in fashion right now. Even to those who might not necessarily realise the reason they’re wearing more sparkle and spangle, a pleated skirt, a beret, and a pussy bow instead of a regular blouse more than usual is down to Alessandro Michele. [CONTINUE READING...]
Valley of the Dolls meets Tim Burton: Behind Gucci's shimmering metallic tiles lies a dark, gothic allure.
In a multifaceted fairy tale, like a disco ball chosen by Alessandro Michele to tell the story of next summer at the iconic double G. Materials and volumes expand, filled with embroideries from another era, sparkling leather, seventies accents and a nod to the height of the 1980's, animal shapes, pearls on high heeled moccasins and platform pool slides.
All these elements are carried off with long, layered dresses, combining signature prints and Asian influences, mixed with words like "Hollywood" and "cemetery" on the waist of a dress and "future" scrawled on the side of a bag.
This is a Gucciwood that moves to the dulcet tones of Florence Welch singing a poem by William Blake.
by Stefano Roncato - MFFashion