Mickey Mouse, Dolly Parton, Strawberry prints and studded jockstraps: the usual eclectic offering from creative director Alessandro Michele, took over Paris’ iconic after-dark institution Théâtre Le Palace on 24 September 2018, marked the last of his three-part homage to France.
The idea of his collection never stops at the runway pieces, Michele always accentuates the idea to the runway set, this time by reimagining decades worth of nightlife and cinematic memories.
“Everything is a bit dusty here, a bit abandoned, but beautiful,” he said. “But this place is full of life. The models could have been coming to the nightclub.”
Prior to Paris Fashion Week, Milan feels different – Gucci is the show I most look forward to during Milan Fashion Week after all.
30 April 2019, Gucci Zumi launch in Auckland welcomed the opportunity to recall the memories from the trip last year, giving me that Disneyland feeling once again.