Feb 19, 2018 | By Lizzy Bowring
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Milan: Gucci creative director, Frida Giannini, presented a most desirable collection. She continued in the vein of the late 60s and 70s theme that was presented this last season, although here was a more relaxed look with covetable pieces that would grace any wardrobe – pieces that will be kept season after season without ever dating. The Gucci woman, as the show notes put it, ‘takes pleasure in irreverently mixing her favourite pieces’. The line up included dark denim, richly coloured soft suedes and silks, fur trimmed jackets and laser cut leather dresses laced at the neckline or sides. Boyfriend jeans cropped at calf length were relaxed and sat low at the hip. A slight uniform look prevailed with brass buttons, frogging and patch pockets. Similarly, there was a chic sexiness to the presentation with mid calf halter neck dresses and a vignette of Eastern inspired short dresses ornately studded with jewels and intricate embroideries. What an inspiring start to Milan.– Lizzy Bowring
Silhouette: Seventies short and sharp
Key items: Relaxed boyfriend jean / Halter neck dresses / Split skirts / Skirt suits / Coats / Tunic top / Shirt dresses
Colour: Red ochre / Teal / Petrol / Chambray / Buckskin / Green moss / Denim blue
Print & Pattern: Eastern scenic prints / Python
Materials & Trim: Leather / Suede / Silk / Fur / Jewels / Gold frogging / Brass buttons / Trapunto
Footwear: Strappy sandals / Knee and ankle length boots in suede and python
Accessories: Leather bucket and messenger bags with ‘Gucci’ shoulder strap / Plaited leather belts
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