Gucci Goes Back to the 70s for Spring 2015

Joanna Elizabeth


Published September 17, 2014


Updated March 18, 2023


Gucci Spring 2015–While last season Gucci creative director Frida Giannini went for a sixties mod look, the spring-summer 2015 collection from the Italian label took a trip to the seventies. Presented during the first day of Milan Fashion Week, the outing focused on sportswear of the decade with shades of bohemian style peeking through. Cropped denim jeans in a relaxed boyfriend cut were paired with band jackets while jewel-toned skirts in suede were worn with furry vests. For accessories, soft leather messenger bags, strappy sandal heels and calf-high boots embraced the seventies vibe as well.

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