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Under the creative direction of Alessandro Michele, ‘Gucci Love Parade’ is inspired by classic Hollywood and the maison’s heritage.
Gucci’s celebration of its centenary continues to grow through an iconic collaboration with Comme des Garçons.
Gucci presents the Gucci Basket, an unmistakable high-top sneaker designed by Alessandro Michele, creative director of the house.
Alessandro Michele creatively directs this new episode of Gucci Décor, which speaks of a new romantic modernity.
Gucci has just launched a new clog model made of rubber with a “GG” logo that is repeated throughout the silhouette.
The virtual experience Gucci Garden lands in Roblox, to commemorate the 100 years of the Italian house, touring its most emblematic looks.
Alessandro Michele continues the saga of Gucci’s centenary with a new collection that he will present at a runway show in LA.
Gucci has presented its #GucciAria collection, with which Alessandro Michele celebrates the 100-year history of the Italian house.
Gucci prepares for summer in the most colorful way possible and updates its famous monogram through a vibrant color palette.
Gucci presents its first high jewelry collection with four lines: Gucci 25H, G-Timeless, Grip and High Jewelry.
Gucci is collaborating with Wanna to launch digital sneakers that can be purchased through its virtual platforms.
The first images of ‘House of Gucci’, Alessandro Michelle’s next project for the maison, this time with Ridley Scott, are out.
The Gucci fanzine ‘Love, Love & Love’ featuring a special collection, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
To mark the Chinese New Year, Gucci devised a campaign featuring the Japanese manga character Doraemon.
Following the launch of the collection, comes the documentary TNF x Gucci by artist Sean Vegezzi, with an interview with Alessandro Michele.
Gucci announces its latest collaboration with The North Face. The result is a collection that will transport you to different places and cultures. Thus, the capsule has been created according to the spirit of adventure and promoting a spatial metaphor that will take people to different territories.
During 2020, fashion brands faced a completely unexpected scenario. The dissonance that arose with the coronavirus crisis and the tragic realities of the prison system set a new course for the industry. The result is a series of campaigns that mark a return to the aesthetics of DIY. See Jacquemus’ campaign.
Earlier this month, Gucci presented its new collection “Ouverture of Something that Never Ended”. So, Alessandro Michele announced a virtual festival called Gucci Fest to showcase the narrative of his latest proposal. Today, Gucci concludes this series of seven-part films co-directed with Gus Van Sant.
The new Gucci Gift Giving 2020 campaign celebrates Christmas with a big office party inspired by the 1990s.
The Italian company will premiere a seven-episode mini-series from November 16th to 22nd during Gucci Fest to promote its new collection.
Gucci has just introduced Gucci Sneaker Garage, the section of its application conceived as a platform entirely dedicated to sneakers and their digital counterparts.