Sep 14, 2017 | By Sarah Owen
“The new way in which youth and luxury can seamlessly coexist.” said the press notes, which went a long way to explain the juxtapositions of the collection. On the one hand, sleek and slender suits and sportswear embellished with tropical florals in both expected and unexpected arrangements. These were not only in prints but also embroidered, appliquéd, and airbrushed onto the clothes and even onto shoes too. On the other hand, a straight-from-the campus-hippie student wore striped pants and a parka. Finally, a series of jacquard tuxedos, in both black and white, accessorized with huge amethyst-and-malachite belt buckles rounded out a show that might well appeal to the faithful followers and a new Gucci client both.
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