Alessandro Michele, the darling of the fashion industry and the creative director of Gucci who made profits soar in his first year there and costumed Beyonce in it, showcased his cruise collection at the Westminster Abbey.
His love of England manifested itself in a plethora of English-associated things like a Union Jack sweater, punk plaids, chic rain bonnets, and of course, trench coats, that made their way down the runway.
Merging his Italian design aesthetics and his love for all things English, Westminster abbey witnessed a fusion of two.
Upping the accessories game, Alessandro’s take on the loafers, first invented by Aldo Gucci, was to make them backless lining it with kangaroo fur, keeping the Gucci buckle intact. Bringing back the tinted sunglasses and increases style level quotients with bags adorning an edgy avatar all the while retaining the Gucci DNA, Alessandro has made sure Guccis profits will rise.
The 10 most wanted from the Gucci Show:
1) The Gucci Tee
2) The print dress
3) The snake bag
4) The oversized sweatshirt
5) Those tinted sunglasses
6) Gucci slides
7) Gucci animals on skirts and tees
8) The shine dress
10) Those bleached denims