Milan Fashion Week – Gucci Autumn/Winter 2014

27 February of 2014 by


For next winter, Gucci creative director Frida Giannini took her inspiration from the glory days of the 1960s… scouring the archives, her goal for this collection was “to materialize the essence of Gucci… with a longing for precision and clean lines.” And reminiscent of her menswear show from January, the silhouette was an update on neat 60s dressing with shrunken jackets shapes, snug peacoats and tappered trousers worked into pretty pastels and layered with gorgeous recoloured furs. The palette was breathtaking and a refreshing change from the 70s inspired high-octane glamour of past seasons. We loved the sage green goat hair jacket and dirty pink cropped raccoon peacoat.

Standout piece – Everything was stunning but the animal printed ponyskin Chelsea boot with horsebit detail will be an editorial favourite for sure!





















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