No one quite appreciates a change of venue like Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele. The designer unveiled his spring-summer 2019 collection during Paris Fashion Week at Le Palace. Bringing to mind the theater's former glory days as a club during the seventies and eighties, Michele delivered a bold lineup. A splash of glam, spontaneity, and flamboyance lend the androgynous collection its character. As usual, a maximalist taste requires the Gucci man's wardrobe to be dissected. Here, you can separate a mix of commercial menswear and statement pieces for the fearless peacock. Outside of tailored blazers, oversized sweaters, and fluid trousers, Michele provoked with key items such as a pair of reptile-print pants or a ruffled shirt and codpiece-finished trousers.