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.
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Photos : Harmony Korine / Courtesy of Gucci

Gucci Spring/Summer 2019 show during PFW

It was a spectacular!

“Everything is a bit dusty here, a bit abandoned, but beautiful,”  Alessandro Michele  said. “But this place is full of life. The models could have been coming to the night club“

Alessandro Michele’s Gucci S/S 2019 collection was the best collection of the whole month and the show was the best of the NYFW, LFW, MFW and ,of course, the best of PFW. 
Michele makes the past live in the present. He resuscitated Gucci with his stupendously successful vintage-retrieving design formula. But the most important ( in my opinion!) that when you see his Gucci shows, you can  feel  the shadows which were being spirited up. 
For his S/S 2019 show Michele took us down to another layer of history  – from Cruise 2019 show which was in the Alyscamps necropolis,  to „Le Palace“ in Paris, the hallowed ground of a late  ’70s and early-’80s club in an old theater in Montmartre. People came here to meet lovers and friends .
There were more than 80 looks , here are my favorite looks from Gucci S/S 2019 .I hope you will love them how i do love them. 

Fashion flashback : Gucci Fall/Winter 2015-2016 designed by Alessandro Michele

It’s a winter time and i’m choosing to focus on the fall-winter collections and make a kind of fashion flashback. The first collection to re-see is  a Gucci Fall/Winter 2015-2016. I choosed Gucci  because i like what Alessandro Michele did and does for Gucci, with fall/winter 2015-2016 Alessandro Michele made his womenswear debut for Gucci.The speed and scale of Gucci’s resurrection is astonishing. Michele  was appointed creative director just ten months ago and had only a few weeks to design his first men and women’s catwalk shows. And the most important News to tell – Alessandro Michele becomes next International Designer of the Year!
The British Fashion Awards plans to honor Alessandro Michele with the International Designer of the Year distinction for the work he has done as Gucci’s latest creative director.  In a short time frame, he essentially turned the fashion house around.Michele will receive his award on Nov. 23.   “I’m honored and still a little incredulous,” told the designer, regarding his win.
The British Fashion Awards is the biggest night in the British fashion calendar. It honours the UK’s brightest fashion and design talents – from established to emerging designers, to models and image makers.The most anticipated awards of the night are Womenswear Designer of the Year , the British Style Award (which goes to the nation’s most stylish celeb, voted for by the public) and Model of the Year.
Michele made the unexpected step up from accessories designer to creative director at Gucci in January 2015,replacing Frida Giannini who had been at the head of the firm for eight years. Michele’s experience with accessories led the fashion press to believe Gucci owners Kering fancied selling more handbags. However, it has been Michele’s vintage-inspired ruffled dresses, floral blouses and A-line skirts that have impressed critics and customers alike with a flurry of high-street imitators already tapping into the designer’s standout aesthetic.
Male models on the women’s catwalk, a debut menswear collection designed in the five days after his appointment and a significant departure from Giannini’s glamour and hard edges have all caught the eye at Gucci, with Michele clearly the man with the Midas touch.