As Gucci’s first show, the 2015 Autumn and Winter series Alessandro Michele shows off his genius in design, his retro romantic style, to break away from the present and break the charm of the times.
The spring and summer series of 2016 was inspired by the French writer Madeleine Squille’s “Map of Tenderness” published in 1654. Alessandro Michele interprets the aesthetic from different perspectives as the series is full of colorful, soft fabrics and plant prints.
In the autumn and winter of 2016, Alessandro Michele, inspired by the tuber theory of the French post-modern deconstructionist philosopher Gilles Deleuze, made tassels, cheongsams, and coils in a multi-modal manner without class differences. A new style of visual impact has been born in the unprecedented combination.