5 talking points from Gucci's Fall/Winter '17 show


5 talking points from Gucci’s Fall/Winter ’17 show

We have reached peak print

By Rahul Vijay  February 23rd, 2017

With his Fall/Winter ’17 presentation for Gucci, Alessandro Michele flooded Milan Fashion Week with more prints, colours and ideas than ever before. There were septum rings, varsity jackets, floral prints and pretty much every colour known to man combined in one sensorial extravaganza. Here’s everything you should know about the latest Gucci offering from the master of maximum.

A crash course to Gucci Fall/Winter ’17


The art world is an instrumental element in Michele's designs. After a successful collaboration with Trevor Andrew on the must-have Gucci Ghost bags last year, this season he hired artist Coco Capitan to craft tees with phrases like 'Common sense is not common'. If you have a message—say it out loud with Gucci.


Gender Fluid 2.0: For the first time, Gucci combined both menswear and womenswear looks in the same show. It was a clear indication of the slow death of menswear shows in the world of fashion.


Number game: A total of 119 looks walked the runway. 


We are already placing bets on the Gucci logo sweatbands becoming the next must-have street style item.


A mash-up of florals, wallpaper-inspired prints, pearls, jacquard and much more… get ready for a maximal mood for F/W17.

And our favourite look? Green Yankies hat + yellow T-shirt+ ripped jeans = Alessandro Michele. Bring back the nineties already.