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gucci Gucci Fall/Winter 2012 | Milan Fashion Week

Fine & DandyGucci creative director Frida Giannini looks to the nineteenth century for the inspiration of her latest collection. Mixing various references, Giannini arrived at what she refers to as Bohemian Grunge. If course with no expense spared, the Gucci man was sent on this path with the ideal trappings for a luxe fall season. The vision of smart simplicity, crewneck sweaters and modest jackets made for the perfect contemporary suiting statement while ornate floral prints created a tapestry of enrichment. Dressing pants and jackets for quite the sartorial debut, Gucci’s prints were just one of the season’s treasured motifs. Working with velvet, silk and brocade, the show was rounded out by a nod at aristocracy, crafting pleated trousers and fitted jackets for the ultimate season of luxury.

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  1. andy

    January 16, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    Once more Gucci proves why they’re one of the best design houses: beautiful fabrics, excellent silhouettes, perfect fits on each model, just a pleasure to look at. Elegant and expensive-looking, just an outstanding collection.

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