The cuts might be nice, but oh my, the prints…
Not sure the cleaning lady can afford a Gucci cleaning uniform…
And, truly, some things from the 70s should stay in the 70s, no matter what the name on the label.
The bright patterns are the best part for me. They are lively and modern.
I could do without some of the extremely retro looks which seem cartoonish. I mean, YSL and Halston did a beautiful job of 70′s designs. In contrast, the large bow around the neck of one of these models looks clown-like. I applaud the theatricality, but I also expect a little more delicacy/subtlety from a brand like Gucci.
Actually, what’s most notably UN-seventies about this collection are the shockingly thin models. If there’s one thing that would make a welcome return from that vivid decade, it’s some fuller figured women to fill out these fabulous frocks.
very vintage-y feel, weird but i like it. especially the first photo, that pink dress, not a color i’ll wear, but i do like certain shades of it. but the green shoes, that shade should’ve stayed in the 70′s.
What a SHOW! The atmosphere was SO lovely and dreamlike. The soundtrack really amplified the mood, as well! If anybody, knows what that was do tell!!!! As a tailor for 20 years… I can honestly say that the construction of the garments blew me away. Wonderful tailoring! The shoes won me over again and again and again. The prints were indeed very special and cater to red carpet, more than streetwear. Perhaps, the lack of streetwear is the echoing disapointment from the masses. When a new face appears in a household name like Gucci…there is always a degree of skepticism. No cynicism…we should always give a newcomer a sense of decorum to see what his/her vision is. Overall this is a very imaginative collection! Bravo, Gucci! Wonderful pictures, Scott!
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Looks like something Wes Craven would design while on an acid-trip to the 70Â´s…..itÂ´s freaking awesome! The shoes, the golden gloves, the green pants with the flower print, the red dress, the egyptian skirt…they all scream Â¨lets play dressupÂ¨ and I want them all!!
To me, there is too much confusion, too much print together and the collection is similar to the F/W 2015-16 one, but it’s worse. Anyway I like the 70s mood and there are a couple of pieces that I really like to wear.
Tyra belongs to a gone era and in these clothes would probably spoil their magical (that I see you are unable to grasp…)
This collection is incredibly new, yet paying homage to some forgotten pages of fashion and Michele’s work is simply revolutionary in a spellbinding way.
Why does fashion keeps repeting?? The collection is great but don’t you feel like we are in the 60`s or 70`s. There is nothing original about copying fashion all over again. It’s easy no creativity and please don’t say that are inspired by these decades, is obviously a copy…big difference with inspiration. hey what about something new for a change???
Very nice. I have a question, though, that maybe someone here can answer – why do models at fashion shows walk so quickly? I would want them to walk slowly, so that I could fully take in the clothing. Anyone…?