Gucci Pre-Fall 2019

My feelings, my thoughts… my love.. my #lifeisGucci … I’m still in love with Alesandro Michele’s vision of Gucci. The best and the unique… i still remember Michele’s Gucci menswear Fall 2015- first collection, made in 5 days , probably… his first Gucci womenswear collection for Fall 2015, January 2015 … breathtaking… On every seat were left the notes which were quoted the Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben: „Those who are truly contemporary are those who neither perfectly coincide with their time nor adapt to its demands…Contemporariness, then, is that relationship with time that adheres to it through a disconnection.“  … it was in February 2015 …. how many collections and how many looks did we see in this so long but same so short time? Every collection or collaboration collection, every single look , it was and it is a perfection, it is a storytelling through the fashion…

Back to Pre-Fall 2019. As always every look is treated as a sort of mini story. There are caftans—the best in exotic, rich brocades and three piece printed suits in which blazers were worn over elongated tunics for a layered silhouette.  The evening looks are sublime, with featuring Poiret-inspired velvet tabards embroidered with starry skies, and ball gowns dripping with sequins. There are 86 looks in the Gucci Pre-Fall 2019 collection, i downloaded as much as i can, i would like to show you all looks and every single detail of this beautyful collection!

The lookbook images were shot by photographer Harmony Korine in the archaeological parks of Pompeii and Herculaneum, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites in southern Italy.

Photos : Harmony Korine / Courtesy of Gucci

Gucci Pre-Fall 2017 : Colourful Ballad with Fantasy elements signed Alessandro Michele.

Nothing is conventional and ordinary in Gucci Pre-Fall 2017 collection; everything is peppered by a surprising details a Alessandro Michele’s magic touch.Flying carpets, fire-breathing dragons, enigmatic panthers are only some of the elements in Gucci’s Pre-Fall fairy tail. Michele’s collection bring us in  different worlds, ages and cultures.Opulent evening dresses, tracksuit-inspired leggings and sweatshirts  and shirtdresses in a patchwork of 60ies style patterns till knitted cape with embroidered bunnie.There is more that 80 looks which  are finishing with embroidered boots and sparkling flats. Bags come in oversized totes as well as leather miniatures tied around the waist.  Simply fantastic!



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Gucci Spring/Summer 2017

Gucci show space was glittered with mirrored sequins that moved and reflected, the curvy runway was marked with Gucci Web strip and stars. The music and the mood, the models in the colourful dresses, all this makes Alessandro Michele’s Gucci show at the beggining of Milan Fashion Week to the best show of Fashion Month.
See the Gucci S/S 2017 collection now.The show report will be posted later.



Gucci exotic pre-fall 2016 campaign.

Gucci sets exotic, colorful Pre-Fall adsvertising campaign.Flamingos roaming in a glass-domed aviary on colorful carpets, surrounded by lush plants and models posing on floral sofas, contribute to a visually rich set.
Photographer Glen Luchford  portrayed a group of models, including Nicole Atieno, Polina Oganicheva, Eva Minaeva, Laura Hagested, Lia Pavlova, Fionnan Michael Byrne-Perkins, Elie Van Ravels, Anton Tofgart and Lucas Dambros, posing in a mood of easy camaraderie.
Styled by Jane How, the men’s and women’s models sport a range of outfits from the brand’s pre-collection designed by creative director Alessandro Michele.Key motifs from Alessandro Michele’s latest collection for the house include some beautifully ridiculous shaggy loafers, embroidered backpacks, and a whole ton of lavish, fantastical graphics.


photos by Photo by Glen Luchford . Courtesy of Gucci



Gucci Fall/Winter 2016-2017 collection



Chanel Fall/Winter 2016-2017 #Paris

Karl Lagerfeld’s Show is the most attended Event during every Fashion Week. What could Karl Lagerfeld possibly do next to top the Chanel airport, the casino, the supermarket, the art fair, the Zen garden or the Roman movie set? But Lagerfeld has thousend ideas and for the Fall 2016 Chanel Show he had choosed a Non-Set set – it is the way collections were shown to clients in couture houses years and years ago, way before catwalks were invented—it was classic ,it was as a reminder of Chanel’s heritage. But collection was a kind of „Fashion democraticy“ in sense that there were about 100 Looks and Lagerfeld has offered  something for everyone. He was very taken with a new skirt option, lean and long but zipping at the side.  Paired with a zipped jacket, it offered a casual update on the classic tweed suit, particularly in knitghtwear.Casual look- this was a key element in the collection – in  the  way how sweaters were tied, scarves draped, fingerless mitts scrunched and tops slid off shoulders .And it was a return of  the Chanel pearl necklace.  In other words it was a classic Chanel which has also speaking to a trend of the Moment.  Karl Lagerfeld has made one more Top collection, for every woman- for the woman who want to look casual but chic, elegant and be trendy.



Dries Van Noten Fall/Winter 2016-2017 #PFW

Dries Van Noten unveiled Fall/Winter 2016-17 collection.  Show review will be posted shortly. See the complete collection now.


Maison Margiela Fall/Winter 2016 #PFW

John Galliano presented his Fall 2016 collection for Maison Margiela today during Paris Fashion Week. The show was held in a white space constructed within the Grand Palais. This time around there were no creeping models and no boys in dresses, just mixed and matched ready-to-wear to please the Margiela customer. Spliced together thin knits, black suiting, and wearable, military-inflected outwear made up a bulk of the collection.





Philip Plein Fall/Winter 2016-2017 : Star Wars and MadMax in Milan’s runway

Philip Plein’s fall/winter 2016  show  yesterday ( Milan Fashion Week ) has started  one hour later and  took place in an extreme venue .Featured artist-  semi-controversial  Performer Chris Brown. Come on, it’s Plein. The mood of this show was a mash-up of the Storm Troopers’ outfits from Star Wars and Mad Max, all this with a lot of fur coats. Three massive semi-trailers reversed into the room. On the open backs of them were the models, who clung to stainless-steel frames not unlike Plein’s early-career furniture pieces. They marched out wearing a collection of paneled jumpsuits -some of them with sharp upturned shoulders. There were also long black dresses with body-stockinged slashes at the hip, and long bombers and bikers, some decorated with metallic reliefs of Marvel superheroes over very micro dresses . Too much fur-hooded parkas, sneakers with sawtooth soles and Swarovski sparkle, and a wide-legged pantsuit with crystal details on the back were a few other pieces visible through strobe and gloom. Philipp Plein said backstage: “Everyone at the moment is going on a ’70s mood. But I don’t want to be a follower; I want to do things the way I like to do. And I am influenced by modern street style, and by hip-hop. That’s what I love.” At the end another truck reversed in with Brown, who delivered a blink-and-you-missed it performance .This was not the greatest show in the Plein career but a middling Plein show is still  more entertaining than many others which we’ve seen in Milan last days.







Versace Fall/Winter 2016-2017 :Sexiness is back on the Versace runway

It is safe to say that sexiness is back at Versace, but in keeping with the hard-core, military-womenspower  mood Donatella Versace  set out for spring/summer 2016 season—Fall 2016 is a different, more various kind of sexy, embracing models of a range of shapes and ages. “I love mixing the cool girls with the reality girls,” Donatella said backstage. “It’s about a woman’s power—for every kind of woman!“
For fall 2016 season, again, Donatella Versace has paid attention to daywear, starting with black leather-trimmed suits and belted coats, moving into biker-jacketed tailoring, taut ski-pants, and a section of sporty crosshatched knit dresses, and one big chunky sweater in an abstracted alpine pattern . Then came the prints, some of them consisting of baroque curlicues designed by Gianni Versace and then  remaked  on the computer.There were  so much dark blue, ice-blue,  coral,yellow ,wavy and stretched lines that drew the eye so much as the general sense of energy radiated by this new, more inclusive and individualistic band of Versace models. And there were , again , many long legs on show, and a comeback for the power of dressing in black.