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Gucci’s Fall/Winter 2018 show is set to take place tomorrow and we’re already getting excited. Under Creative Director Alessandro Michele, Gucci has solidified its place as a can’t-miss show, and this season is no different.
Browse below for everything we know about the Gucci FW18 show, and check back tomorrow for live updates and to see the collection in full.
The invite for Gucci’s FW18 show was an orange timer, counting down the minutes to the show. It arrived to select editors in a zip-locked bag with a warning: “Parental Advisory, Explicit Content.”
Under another warning message, the reverse of the invite reveals that the show will take place at the Gucci Hub in Milan on Wednesday, February 21 at 3 p.m.
Like last season’s Spring/Summer 2018 show, Gucci are hosting its runway show in the brand’s Milan headquarters. As the invitation above states, the show will take place at 3 p.m. CET. Check back tomorrow for everything that went down at the Gucci FW18 show and to see the collection in full.
Gucci will be live streaming the show on its Instagram stories and its website. Check back when the show has started for the live link.
Taking to Instagram, Gucci’s Creative Director Alessandro Michele has shared a series of images that could hint at his inspiration for the Gucci FW18 show. The images include a still life painting of a vase and flowers captioned, “the beauty of an unknown artist,” as well as a close up of a sculpture captioned “SCIPIONE BORGHESE,” a picture of a woman captioned “FREEDOM,” and a series of close-ups of interiors with the first image titled “*NEPTUNALIA *.” Browse them below.
In other fashion news, Christopher Kane sent crystal-studded orthopedic shoes down the runway.