Good morning! Did you watch the Gucci show yesterday?
As usual, Gucci gave us a beautiful show! This time, the chosen stage was the Museu Capitolino, in Rome. The location was a celebration of italian and roman art, the great passion of Alessandro Michele.
Gucci’s aesthetics followed the same path as the previous collections, with it’s theatrical ways, the colors, patterns and exaggerated embroidery, all mixed up with 70’s references and elements of pop culture.
In this collection, Alessandro reinforced not only the aesthetics, but also the ideals of the 70’s. Among the pieces, we saw a graphic T-shirt, with the Chime for Change print, the Gucci campaign for gender equality.
About the outfits, the beauty of the pieces was outstanding! I’m a huge fan of Gucci’s maximalism and the mix of references. A lot of colors and different textures, modern and retro pieces, all mixed together with edginess.
Check it out:
I’m in love with everything I saw!