gucci’s new publication explores the copy and paste culture of today
To support its upcoming Shanghai-set exhibition, ‘The Artist Is Present’, the Gucciverse has published its own newspaper, ‘The New Work Times’, where everything is fake and nothing is new.
what went down at gucci’s paris show
With a tribute to Dolly Parton, Mickey Mouse handbags, a celebration of experimental Italian film and a performance by Jane Birkin, Gucci gave us a night to remember in Paris.
37 things you didn’t know about gucci's creative director alessandro michele
Ahead of the brand’s Paris spectacular tonight, here’s your guide to the Italian designer.
gucci's new beauty instagram is inspired by art history
The account shares artworks that traverse history as well as gender, culture and geography.
gucci’s latest campaign celebrates collectors, hoarders and obsessives
This one’s for all you Gucciphiles.
gucci is going to show in paris next season
“I wanted to pay my homage to this incredibly important and fundamental country for our culture and history.”
how gucci won over gen z
As Gucci’s sales continue to rise, we look at the method in the kitch-baroque madness of decapitated heads and dragon babies.
the new gucci exhibition in china is all about copying
Even its title is borrowed as the provocative art prankster Maurizio Cattelan teams up with Alessandro Michele for an exhibition that promises to dismantle concepts of originality, intention, expression, and authorship.
this new gucci collection is super limited edition
The #GucciHallucinations line features artwork by artist and collaborator Ignasi Monreal.
gucci gives $500k to students fighting for gun control
Survivors of last week’s school shooting are bringing a massive protest to Washington next month, and Alessandro Michele has their backs.
here’s how gucci made those severed heads
Gucci collaborated with Rome-based special effects company Makinarium to create cinema-worthy props for their autumn/winter 18 show.
gucci models carried their own severed heads down the runway
Be yourself, love yourself. Fashion’s mad professor Alessandro Michele unveils his Gucci Cyborg; featuring sleeping dragon babies, faun horns and eyes on hands.
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