Gucci Launches a Perfect Collection for Summer
June 28, 2016 - fall Denim
Titled Gucci Garden, a collection debuts a new imitation by artistic executive Alessandro Michele that showcases a a brand’s dear flora-and-fauna artistry. Known for his illusory flurry of intrigue and maximalist aesthetic, Michele has been featuring such motifs (think butterflies, bumblebees, petals of carnations and roses) given his initial collection for a tag final year.
Inspired by an antique oil painting, a settlement facilities pivotal motifs, including a bee, that symbolizes nature’s life cycle, and a snake, that represents knowledge and power. What can we say? It’s ideal for summer.
The 20-piece collection, that has already been ragged by a likes of Caroline Issa and Georgia May Jagger, offers a operation of Michele’s biggest hits, including a pleated ankle-length dress, ’70s-style shorts, and a reversible zip-up bomber jacket. And yes, a collection also includes a brand’s iconic accessories. Gucci enthusiasts will tumble in adore with a pastel-toned, butterfly-printed amateur mules and a Dionysus bag (in 3 sizes).
Exciting additions embody habit staples like a neoprene sweatshirt, a string T-shirt, and denim flares we’ve already put on the selling wish list.
PHOTO: COURTESY OF GUCCI