When it comes to menswear, Gucci strikes a sharp balance between creative, forward-thinking outfitting and a respect – and celebration – of the Italian House’s storied archives. Take men’s Gucci loafers as a starting point: you’ll find striped webbing, horsebit hardware and signature prints aplenty. Men’s Gucci sunglasses, trainers, ties and even hats all dip into the same heritage references, while ready-to-wear marries sporting influences – think knitted polo shirts, track pants and silky bomber jackets – with more grown-up tailoring viewed through Gucci’s innovative lens.
A collection that celebrates personal expression and timeless beauty, Gucci Spring/Summer 2024 is a story of real life. It’s envisioned by creative director Sabato De Sarno via the lens of David Sims – the first photographer that De Sarno ever worked with. Sensuality and confidence go hand in hand, with beauty, freedom and glamour the natural result of living freely.
To own a Gucci bag (heirloom or new season) is to make an investment in quality, craftsmanship and beauty, endorsed by celebrities and accessories aficionados alike. Au courant creations – Gucci Jackie, Horsebit 1955 and Jackie Notte, to name a few – share their stage with archival motifs and insignia, from the GG Supreme monogrammed canvas to the signature Horsebit and piston hardware.
Introduced in 1953 to reflect the Gucci clientele's love of all things equestrian, the Horsebit hardware has become synonymous with the House, with the Horsebit loafers sitting at the heart of the story. New-season maxi flatform iterations offer a retro update, with smooth leather and light gold-tone hardware ensuring their timeless appeal.
When each creation is as beautiful as the last, it’s impossible not to collect the full line-up of Gucci Beauty icons. Start with the colour-rich range of lipsticks, diverse foundation shades and flawless compact powders in vintage-inspired cases before moving onto colour-pop nail varnishes, blush and eyeshadow palettes.