Gucci’s runaway or how to make the most viral moment of the fashion week. A baby dragon is included…

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Envoltorios aparte, Michele sigue apostando por dar el empujón comercial a través de los zapatos, bolsos y complementos. Todo repleto de logotipos de Gucci por supuesto y de guiños a marcas como Paramount. El desfile se cuajaba de calcetines y medias extravagantes que continuaban así una tendencia instaurada hace algunas campañas.
Me quedo con las propuestas de tweed inglés, la superposición y mezcla de estampados y tejidos, la labor de patronaje en chaquetas y pantalones, el sombrero de pagoda chino y la variedad de gafas que completaban los diferentes looks.
Podéis ver el desfile al completo haciendo click aquí. Y si os perdisteis las propuestas de Carolina Herrera para el próximo otoño, aquí tenéis el enlace.
Laura

Alessandro Michele has done it again. Gucci made his star appearance last Wednesday, during the fashion week in Milan, leaving everyone with their mouths open. With the mouth open and burning Instagram. Pure provocation accompanied by reflection.
The guilty? The runaway was opened by a model who held in her hands a terribly accurate replica of her head that made us presage what was coming next. All a horror movie set in a set of operating rooms that ran between luxurious dresses of rhinestones, oversized sastry and knitted ski masks. A cultural mix that brings us fashion from many corners of the world. In the words of Alessandro himself: “There is a clinical clarity about what I am doing, I was thinking about a space that represents the creative act, I wanted to represent the laboratory that I have in my head, it is a physical work, like that of a surgeon”.
But undoubtedly one of the most viral moments of the entire week has been starred by a baby dragon that came out on the catwalk in the hands of a model dressed in a luxurious black velvet dress. Amazing reality to reflect how individuals conform today in the era of technology. A post-human era that is on the way according to the designer. An era that goes beyond being boys or girls. An era that goes beyond binary gender roles.
Envoltorios aside, Michele is still committed to give the commercial push through shoes, bags and accessories. All full of Gucci logos of course and with winks to brands like Paramount. The runaway was filled with extravagant socks and tights that continued a trend that has been set some campaigns ago.
I highlight the English tweed proposals, the overlay and mix of prints and fabrics, the work of pattern making in jackets and trousers, the Chinese pagoda hat and the variety of glasses that completed the different looks.
You can see the whole parade by clicking here. And if you missed Carolina Herrera’s proposals for next fall, here‘s the link.
Laura
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2 Replies to “Gucci’s runaway or how to make the most viral moment of the fashion week. A baby dragon is included…”

  1. Ha sido el desfile que creo ha causado mayor impacto en quienes lo han visto, y ha creado algún tipo de emoción en cada uno. Creo que lo peor que puede ocurrir es que te deje indiferente, así que diría que misión cumplida.

    1. ¡No puedo estar más de acuerdo contigo! Al final creo que la moda debe tener ese punto de impacto que nos haga reflexionar aunque, en este caso, no se si el mensaje que hay detrás de toda esta puesta en escena ha calado en el público como se pretendía.

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