Gucci’s newest collection unveiled on March 15 embraced its equestrian heritage, borrowed references from the Tom Ford-era and outright stole from the French brand Balenciaga.
Gucci’s newest collection unveiled on March 15 embraced its equestrian heritage, borrowed references from the Tom Ford-era and outright stole from the French brand Balenciaga.
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100 years of luxury fashion house Gucci celebrated with Balenciaga collab, Tom Ford references in Aria collection by Alessandro Michele

  • Michele’s collection features looks that ‘plundered’ the ‘sexual tension’ of Tom Ford’s decade at Gucci, as well as a version of the Balenciaga Hourglass bag
  • He puts a fetishised spin on Gucci’s trademark equestrian references, with riding caps, crops and boots mixed with evening wear or subverted with sheer dresses

Gucci’s newest collection unveiled on March 15 embraced its equestrian heritage, borrowed references from the Tom Ford-era and outright stole from the French brand Balenciaga.
Gucci’s newest collection unveiled on March 15 embraced its equestrian heritage, borrowed references from the Tom Ford-era and outright stole from the French brand Balenciaga.
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