Uncovering the Gucci Pre-Fall 2017 Collection- Taking Us Back to the 60s and 70s!

Gucci is constantly inventing modern styles to the fashion world. Alessandro Michele, Creative Director, is currently having new visions for Gucci. In addition, the brand redefines luxury for the 21st century, furthermore, it is reinforcing its position as one of the world’s most desirable fashion houses. Gucci’s products of Italian craftsmanship are electric, contemporary, and romantic. The luxury fashion brand is part of the Kering group, a world leader in apparel and accessories.

“Soul Scene” is one of Gucci’s Pre-Fall campaign collection inspired by the photographs of artist Malick Sidibé, who in the 60s and 70s captured youth culture in Africa. The campaign reflects the freedom of expression found in music, dance, and the vibrant attitude of the collection. For the Pre-Fall collection, it’s very unique, as there are multiple designs. One of the things that we love about the collection is that belt bags are definitely back in trend!

 

 

Among the collection is “Patch Remix”, new embroidered Gucci patches available individually as it has embellished this season’s Ace sneaker! In addition, the patches can create over 100 different style combinations. Let’s not forget “the tiger” and “the bee”, two symbols that are viewed everywhere in Gucci collections from the 70s that we love!

 

 

“The Next Page” in the collection is inspired by planet Saturn, an angry cat and dragons: which are the new symbols of the women’s Pre-Fall 2017 collection. The lineup includes oversized bombers, stirrup pants, hooded sweaters, patchwork silk dresses and a 90s streetwear vibe.

 

Lastly from the beautiful collection is the “Regal Beauty”, which presents the Queen Margaret handbag line. The designs are based on modern, new and old edges of romanticism. The simplicity of the design is mesmerizing, as it has multiple colored soft and exotic leathers, a closure of a metal bee encrusted with pearls and colored stones.

 

 

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