Romantic and Cheerfully Gucci Garden Limited Edition Capsule

August 6, 2018 by · Leave a Comment
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Simply known as the Gucci Garden collection (just take one quick look at the print and you’ll figure it out), the collection will only be available in countries where Gucci offers e-commerce, and in our part of the world that means Australia, Japan and Korea. Still, if you want something bad enough, I’m sure you’ll find a way, even if it means sucking up to an overseas colleague you’d rather not owe any favours to. But for the sake of Gucci, it’s worth it, right?

Gucci Garden: Gucci's Online-Only 2016 Capsule Collection

Romantic and cheerfully colorful, the collection has it all, from varsity jackets to sneakers, from pleated A-line skirts to mules and sweaters. Everything is meant to be layered and played with, and will surely appeal to those, who like Michele’s way of intertwining completely different patterns and geek-chic styles with one another.

Although exuding Gucci’s signature sophisticated style, the Gucci Garden 2016 capsule collection is not only ready-to-wear, but also features pieces that are closer to street style (a multi-colorful kind of street style) rather than haute couture. From reversible zip-up bombers to shorts, the entire line-up elegantly veers towards a younger audience, playing with stars, snakes, flowers and colorful contrasting hems.

The only catch with “Gucci Garden” is that the collection is online only. Electing not to include these pieces to any retailer may be as whimsical as the featured patterns, but it certainly feeds to the now mythic status that Gucci retains amongst its competitors. And should you find yourself in need of attire for a luxury garden party that doesn’t frown on a little retro-flair, this collection is here for you.

Besides the Dionysus bag that will come in 3 sizes, there’s also a zip-around wallet, along with the shoes, one a sneaker, the other a pair of mules that come adorned with another Gucci signature, the Horsebit buckle. There will also be a selection of RTW, from a reversible zip-up bomber jacket in silk twill to skirts that come pleated in silk crêpe de chine. There are shorts, there are dresses, there’s even a cardigan, all essential wardrobe staples that will help you become the Alessandro Michele’s quintessential Gucci girl of today.

Gucci’s 80s Derivative Spring Handbags

July 17, 2018 by · Comments Off on Gucci’s 80s Derivative Spring Handbags
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Gucci started Milan Fashion Week with a bang! Presented in an Ancient theme runway stage at the Gucci headquarters, the brand presents various bag designs that are truly a work of art for both Men and Women’s Collection. Alesandro Michele’s latest collection features a mix of styles, from vintage to classics and modern.

With ruins and Greco-Roman statues, fallen Roman columns, Aztec monuments, and a bandaged mummy peppered throughout Gucci’s Spring/Summer 2018 show venue, the first thought that came to mind was, with all these historical references, could Creative Director Alessandro Michele be going way back in history for the collection?

The season’s standouts were a couple of 80-s inspired pieces. One standout was a “fanny pack” style bag complete with all the design finishes of their ever-popular logo bags of the era; the classic taupe logo fabric, the green and red stripe – for those of us of a certain age, all finishes that speak to our luxury-minded 80s selves. For those true collectors who like a little more edge, their questionably-yet-intentionally misspelled “Guccy” cross body bags tap into a visual vibe of an 80s video game while maintaining a very tongue-in-cheek levity that somehow, seems to work despite itself.

Naturally, there are those who will find these two offerings derivative and they are undoubtedly right. However, sometimes, it’s just a matter of letting enough time pass to make those of us who are old enough to remember the era the first time around nostalgic for what the design house is offering. Wherever your opinion happens to fall on this one, the buzz that the house is generating with these two styles simply cannot be denied.For the Spring 2018 shows, Gucci has literally saturated the runways with such an abundance of handbags, it’s nothing short of an exhaustive effort to wade-through the offerings to the point of being able to pick a shortlist, let alone a favorite. However, that is not to say that there weren’t a few standouts in what was a seriously eclectic collection.

 

Diamond in the Rough Featuring Replica Gucci

August 23, 2017 by · Comments Off on Diamond in the Rough Featuring Replica Gucci
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My love of Gucci handbags is never rivalled (well, almost never). I am so in love with this designer bag brand that I am always so impressed with whatever it is that they do. I don’t know how one designer house can have so many different styles and tastes happening, while still going together so perfectly. Gucci always seems to know what their customers are aching for, and they are showing off some new designs that I had no idea were missing in my life!

I am only kidding. I am not upset that I don’t look like Olivia, I’m not even upset that I can’t buy Gucci designer handbags. The former is because I am content with myself, and the latter is because I can get Gucci style at only a fraction of the price with Gucci replica handbags!

If you love designer bags like I do, then you may be interested to know how to get Gucci bags for less. Gucci replica handbags are designed to look virtually identical to the real thing.

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