With the ambitious "Ouverture of Something That Never Ended," Alessandro Michele attempts to redefine how collections are presented.
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The fashion houses have pledged €2 million and €1 million, respectively.
Many of the labels that were once backstage staples have abandoned their runway sponsorships — but what's in it for the ones that remain?
The designer invited show goers into his world backstage, turning the typically unseen into a public spectacle.
Expect the unexpected during the next 10-plus months of this big, funky album cycle.
"I came this far, to Rome, Italy, to feel completely at home," she says of the experience.
When Gucci sponsors a party, you know it's going to be good.
Alessandro Michele threw a Gucci-fied house party in a Roman villa.
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Creative director Alessandro Michele is ready for a change.
Plus, the rise of Hugo Boss.
Meet "Gucci's first universal fragrance, a perfume not assigned to a gender or a time."
This time around, the clothing and accessories are the characters that take center stage.
Though these inspirational figures are hot topics of industry discussion, what do we really know about their roles in the ideation and creation of a collection? Very little, apparently.
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He showed an eclectic, '70s-inspired collection with political messaging woven in.
It's the latest product line aligned with the museum's "Camp: Notes on Fashion" exhibit.
Because of course he did.