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Gucci Aria: 9 ways Alessandro Michele celebrates Gucci’s centenary in the collection

Just days before Alessandro Michele unveiled Gucci’s latest collection, word of a collaboration with Balenciaga built up buzz for the show. Since the creative director took over the helm in 2015, he has led the house’s renaissance with such a myriad of diverse collaborations – spanning from artists and cartoon characters to storied brands such as Major League Baseball, Paramount, Sega and The North Face – that the question for every new collection is: Who’s next? Partnering a fashion house would be a bold, truly progressive step to move the needle when fashion is opening up to more meetings...

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Gucci Beauty debuts lip pencils and eyeliners

Gucci Beauty has just expanded its eccentric make-up collection with its first set of lip pencils and eye liners. The psychedelic campaign that introduces the new products, shot by Mark Peckmezian with art direction by Christopher Simmonds, is a continuation of the visual journey established by the brand. The nostalgic shots celebrate 80s aesthetic and take us back to a breakfast in bed scene. Developed under the creative direction of Alessandro Michele, the new Crayon Contour des Lèvres And Stylo Contour des Yeux come in six shades respectively. For the the lips, the line features...

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Gucci pays homage to Ken Scott in its new collection — but who was he?

Gucci’s Creative Director Alessandro Michele pays tribute to prints maverick, Ken Scott in a bold and beautiful collection using his archival floral patterns. The seventies was the era of bold floral prints in groovy patterns and saturated colours. Reigning over the 70s psychedelic era was American fashion designer Ken Scott known as ‘the gardener of fashion’. In the 1950s he moved to Milan where he launched his own printed textile brand Falconetto with Vittorio Fiorazzo where he created his colourful patterned fabrics and clothes. Known for bright floral patterns with peonies, roses, poppies,...

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