I attended my very first Gucci show in Milan back in February, and while I'll admit my seat was located in what most would consider to be the nosebleed section, that didn't make it any less magical. This is thanks in part to the pieces designed in collaboration with GucciGhost — a.k.a. Brooklyn-based artist Trevor Andrew — that featured bold, graffiti-inspired renditions of the classic logo and brought a modern, streetwise element to the otherwise eccentric, vintage-inspired collection.
The GucciGhost tags adorned everything from a bright red fur coat and a pleated midi skirt to oversized bomber jackets and handbags, and while those are statement pieces that I'd seriously consider opening a new line of credit for, this T-shirt that just arrived on Net-A-Porter is slightly less prohibitive. It's simple, white and boxy, but is printed with an adorable branded skull on the front, and tagged with "Life Is Gucci" across the back. How's that for a motto to live by?
At $590, this would put a significant dent in my fall shopping budget, but it's something I would wear to shreds — with jeans, with a high-waisted skirt and heels, layered underneath button-downs and a leather jacket, etc. Plus, each time I'd put it on, I'd essentially be spreading those positive "Life Is Gucci" vibes to anyone I encountered, which has to be worth something, right?
Gucci t-shirt, $590, available at Net-A-Porter.
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