The fantastically quirky brand takes another wild left turn.
From Balenciaga's Bazar bag to Jil Sander's leather lunch bag and Alessandro Michele's playful reimagining of counterfeit aesthetics, we look at the way luxury fashion crashes through the high-low divide.
A joyful cast of models and dancers stun in the latest Glen Luchford-lensed campaign, inspired by Alessandro Michele’s love of Malick Sidibé’s portraiture.
The two Italian fashion houses announce the glamorous details of their Cruise shows, and a triad of cool streetwear collabs are announced.
For the latest installation of Alessandro Michele and A MAGAZINE curated by’s exhibition, we travel to Beijing to uncover the world of Coco Capitan.
Is the #tfwgucci campaign an example of a brand celebrating internet culture or capitalising on it?
From the sleepy surroundings of her grandmother’s living room to an exotic bathhouse filled with ethereal beauties, Petra Collins takes us on the trip a lifetime
The Italian house sent a vinyl record to its show attendees, which also featured Florence Welch reading William Blake.
With an epic co-ed collection on the first day of autumn/winter 17 shows in Milan, Alessandro Michele completed the hyper-referential transformation he started at Gucci two years ago.
For the past two years the luxury brand have been implementing a complete company turn around that celebrates 'ethnic, age, sexual and gender diversity, sexual orientation and gender identity.'
2016's political struggles and turmoils have been reflected on the catwalks; activity, anxiety, revolt and friendship all came under fashion's microscope, finding form in swelling mutations of silhouettes, histrionic colours and crazed styling.
When the Garden of Eden and Gucci aligned.
Blind for Love will feature candid behind-the-scenes shots from British artist and photographer Nick Waplington.
Marni Senofonte reveals what it’s like to work alongside Queen B on the most talked about music video of the year.
The celebrated production designer has worked with everyone on everything, from Gucci to Jay Z, on photo shoots and feature films. Now, he’s collected 25 years of candid Polaroids from his adventures around the world.