Gucci Wows Fashion Week With Its Cufflinks And Cufflinks Show

Final of the Gucci Spring-Summer 2023 fashion show (Milan, September 23, 2022). gucci

Alessandro Michele’s Spring-Summer 2023 collection for Gucci paraded this Friday in Milan. A spectacular show where twinning was in the spotlight.

Friday, alexander michele he did not shy away from his joy at playing with the surprise effect he is capable of producing on his audience. Nourished by philosophical and family references (his mother and his aunt, twins, are cited in the note of intention), its spring-summer collection that paraded in the great hangars of the Gucci headquarters in Milan, she was as always generous on the catwalk (more than sixty looks). And she is inclined to develop the reflection on the notion of identity through a finale composed of 68 passages of twins.

When the parade began, the guests did not notice the twins’ presence on the runway because a wall separated them as they walked down the runway at the same time. It was only at the end of the show that they reunited in front of a stunned audience. In addition to the expected spectacular effect (and calibrated for social networks), the Italian designer explains how to focus his thinking on the question of individualization, especially when everything seems the same. In his note of intentions, he questions “the relationship between the original and the copy” to conclude that “the same clothing gives off different qualities on apparently identical bodies.” And to continue: “Fashion, after all, is based on serial multiplications that, however, do not prevent the authentic expression of all possible individualities”.

Since his arrival at Gucci in 2015, the Roman designer likes to call for a deep reflection on clothing. And he strives, in continuity, to ignore gender, as if to break old ideas about clothing for day and night. An exercise in which he always embeds an “imperfect” aesthetic that plays with the atypical, the visionary spirit, with, in the background, a feminist affirmation.

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