Gucci: 5 vintage and evergreen garments and accessories

Gucci fashion is a perfect balance between archival design and contemporary mood

The essence of a timeless object it resides in its being classic but not obvious, perpetually current but firmly anchored to its origins, with a retro flavor mixed with a modern touch that makes everything irreplaceable. Gucci is a house proud of its heritage, of those shots in which Audrey Hepburn he wears a tailored cream coat, walks by Jackie Kennedy in the company of the bag that bears his name, of Grace Kelly wearing a textile bouquet around her neck Vittorio Accornero. There Web texture with vertical red and green lines, essential in its linear yet recognizable chromatism; the metal bite moccasin, the fluid and versatile silhouette that fits female feet on a par with male ones; there decorated belt, transformist accessory that shapes the shapes of the dress giving it a new cut depending on the lacing.

Audrey Hepburn wears a Gucci coat at New York airport, April 1968.

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The DNA of the Florentine brand adapts today to a landscape in constant search for novelties, exploding in a psychedelic interweaving of bright colors, floral décor and porcelain embroidery Richard Ginori, without ever denying itself, but on the contrary becoming the fulcrum of a development and a progressive growth that matures over time. In this pressing of years and collections, five cornerstones keep the structure of theGucci aesthetic, essential creations that represent the dream. From the scarf to the Jackie bag, here it is Gucci’s most iconic accessories and garments.

SCARF

Grace Kelly in Paris with Prince Rainier III of Monaco wears a Gucci scarf around her neck.

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A silk ribbon around the neck it triggers a metamorphosis of style and a simple outfit becomes a rarefied and exquisite ensemble. It is the philosophy of detail that Gucci carries on in his headscarf, accessories for which delicacy is synonymous with absolute charm. 1966 is the year of consecration, when Rodolfo Gucci honors Grace Kelly with an original and original creation, designed by Vittorio Accornero, a geometry of buds and spring shades that have become legend with the name of Flora. A bow like a necklace and Grace Kelly seals the success of the scarves, now predominant in the collections created by Alessandro Michele that imagines them from the seventies, feather boas 2.0 made with frayed Teddy fabric, with candy pink edges or golden letters.

Spring Summer 2021 pre-collection

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Spring Summer 2021 pre-collection

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Spring Summer 2021 pre-collection

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Spring Summer 2021 pre-collection

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JACKIE BAG

Jackie Kennedy strolls the streets of New York in July 1981 with the inevitable Gucci bag.

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Each maison celebrates its muses with the creation of a dedicated accessory, a monument to their beauty and their inexhaustible source of inspiration. The decisive and charismatic gait of Jackie Kennedy, elegant in its minimalism, it pushes Gucci to make a bag that First Lady he could hold in his arm a support, guardian of his walking and his thoughts. In 1961 It is born Jackie, soft structure bag with buckle closure, reinforced edges and practical adjustable handle, in mixed leather and fabric. Today, the Jackie it is a bon bon of cotton candy-colored calfskin, lilac like a violet candy, iridescent green like a mint ice cream smoothie. Central accessory of the winter and spring collections of the next 2021, the Jackie it is the icon of the icon, the concentrate of the elegance of one from me of other times.

Autumn Winter 2021 Collection

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Autumn Winter 2021 Collection

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Autumn Winter 2021 Collection

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Autumn Winter 2021 Collection

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BELT

It is 1962 when the supermodel Veruschka wears a Gucci outfit with double belts decorated with rectangular buckles.

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Elitist symbol ofequestrian clothing, the belt it is an integral part of the style Gucci, through which it maintains its bond with the woman rider. At first it was a metal buckle with the traditional bite, then it evolved intocrossing GG in bronzed metal, arriving today at baroque lion heads with worked manes, studs as passers-by, crystals that stud the black leather, bondage-inspired weaves that mix nineteenth-century corsets with military vests. For Gucci, the belt is not worn (only) on the trousers, but it is a accessory-tailor who models the dress adapting it to the body of the wearer, emphasizing the waist, the sides, creating tailored and tailored volumes.

Spring Summer 2020 Collection

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Spring Summer 2020 Collection

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Autumn Winter 2021 Collection

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Autumn Winter 2021 Collection

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MOCCASIN

A splendid Claudia Schiffer in December 1990 with a Gucci total-look completed by burgundy suede moccasins.

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The gender-fluid style and its removal of socially acceptable aesthetic barriers begins with a shoe: the moccasin. Entered with equal triumph in the female wardrobe as in the male one, the moccasin stands out for its linear silhouetteclean, unpretentious in its simplicity. Slightly elongated toe, soft upper on the front and rigid on the heel: it is a sober shoe, symbol of an eclectic and refined taste, which Gucci renews from season to season by lining the interior in faux fur, embedding maxi pearls in the low heel, curling the coils of a fiery red snake on the front tongue. Three ingredients are enough, a jeans, a shirt, the Gucci moccasin – elegance is served.

Fashion blogger Thania Peck wears Gucci moccasins on the streets of New York.

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Vanessa Moe chooses a pair of Gucci pink leather loafers.

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June 2020, Andre Borchers wears a pair of classic men’s moccasins during a shooting in Hamburg.

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PRINTS

The French actor Gerard Falconetti in 1972 with a set of Gucci suitcases printed with an all-over logo.

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A cherry red line surrounded by pine green stripes; the hazel brown GG Supreme symbol creates a network of logos on a coffee-colored base. The prints I am an institution of Gucci fashion house, which since the dawn of the company personalizes leather goods and luggage with the unmistakable three-line web pattern (red and green) with the double G crossed. Over the years, the creative directors have given it a personal interpretation ranging from a renewal of the deck of Flora minimalist, pure and basic designs. Alessandro Michele however, he is the one who brings the press to its expressive acme, ranging from floral to the geometric, from fluorescent shades to those pastel, from the cartoon vintage to graphics futuristic. Be it trousers, a blazer, or even simply a watch strap, the Gucci print it is a categorical imperative.

Miriam Leone during the Ciak D’Oro ceremony in Rome in 2016.

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Dakota Johnson arrives at the Gucci show during Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2018.

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Tina Leung at the Gucci fashion show at Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2020.

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Florence Welch in the backstage of the Gucci Fall Winter 2021 show.

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