Gucci’s Pre-Fall 2018 Collection Is Full of Patterns, Prints & Color Galore
Visit the original post to see all 80 images from this gallery.
With men’s fashion presentations in full effect, Italian luxury house Gucci just dropped a visual masterpiece of its Pre-Fall 2018 collection.
Captured by Peter Schlesinger at various locations across Rome, including the Coppedè Quarter, Dental Hospital George Eastman, Hotel Mediterraneo and Casina delle Civette, the range is filled with another range of eclectic patterns and big logos as designer Alessandro Michele has emphasized since taking the helm in 2015.
With the overall aesthetic taking cues from 1980s fashion, the women’s range is dominated by the usage of graphic stripes, animal prints, matching sets, sequins and plush fur, while the men’s offering encompasses rainbow-patterend casualwear, tailored suiting, silk shirts, intricately woven coats, accessories like retro sunglasses, and officially licensed caps in conjunction with MLB and many more.
In case you missed it, Dapper Dan and Gucci open an exclusive boutique in Harlem.