Gucci’s Androgynous Spring – Gucci was inspired by the early twentieth century art-deco era for its spring 2012 collection shown during the first day of major shows for Milan Fashion Week. For the new season, the Gucci woman looks ready for a cruise with sharp blazers, tailored pants, animal prints and cut-out bathing suits. Feminine yet androgynous, Gucci creative director Frida Giannini stuck to a dark color palette of black and white with metallic accents.
Queen Evan – Actress Evan Rachel Wood piles on the drama in these shots lensed by John Minh Nguyen for Modern Weekly China. Hair stylist He Zhi Guo gives Evan a slicked back ‘do while make-up artist Aaron Henrikson creates a bold smoky eye. Fashion editor Tim Lin selects pieces truly befitting the vampire queen with Gucci dresses from the fall collection.
Gucci Nature – This month’s issue of Interview puts the spotlight on Gucci and the label’s creative director, Frida Giannini. Interviewed by Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan, Giannini makes a connection between fashion and music among other industry revelations. The accompanying shoot lensed by Mert & Marcus stars models Saskia de Brauw and Marique Schimmel in Gucci’s seventies glam autumn collection with styling by fashion editor Karl Templer.
Giannini: Well, I always loved the look of musicians. I’ve always admired them because they have a look—when I was growing up, it seemed that the ones I liked didn’t need to have a stylist.
Gucci Redux – Keeping in line with its pre-fall campaign, the latest advertisements from Gucci use projections and high gloss styling to sell the Gucci vision of glamour. Enlisting a large cast including Abbey Lee Kershaw, Joan Smalls, Emily Baker, Sigrid Agren, Lenz Von Johnston, Anthon Wellsjo and Duco Ferwerda, Mert & Marcus capture the gang luxuriating in a swanky setting for the autumn season.
Gucci Glam – Gucci’s fall 2011 collection takes shape with its latest lookbook modeled by Nimue Smit. Offering up a selection of evening gowns, menswear inspired tailoring and ’70s accents, the Gucci woman is bold yet sensual in her autumn wardrobe. Paired with floppy hats, clutches and oversize bags–fall is a story of layering and removal from sexy dresses to voluminous coats.
Gucci Luxury – Gucci pulls out all the stops for its fall 2011 catalogue featuring models Joan Smalls and Martha Streck as two cool dames with a penchant for menswear inspired suits and fur. From jewel toned accents to knee-high boots, the Gucci woman likes a wardrobe with a huge helping of sophistication and sex appeal.