Gucci Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – Milan Fashion Week
Gucci is one of those brands that probably need no introduction. Being founded at the beginning of the 20th century, the Milan-based brand kept on perfecting its designs year by year and just like the Italian wine, it just got better with the time. Over the years, the creative directors of the brand have changed but one thing has remained unchanging: the philosophy of the world known Italian brand, which is yet another reason why the brand can boast with some of the most loyal fans in the world. For a Gucci woman, charm and elegance play a key role in outfits; she always looks for perfection and excellence. This stylish philosophy is imprinted all over the mind-blowing Gucci spring/summer 2015 collection, which has just been unveiled for the big army of Gucci fans!
Gucci shows are undoubtedly one of the most anticipated ones during Milan Fashion Week and this time was no exception either. The whole fashion world was waiting impatiently to see what new trends Frida Giannini, the creative director of the label had prepared for the new spring/summer 2015 season. And we got to admit, we were all pleasantly surprised!
The Gucci spring/summer 2015 collection was artistic; you could see the creative mind of Giannini in every single piece that was presented. At the same time, however, the collection was also military thanks to the double-breasted buttoned army style vests and jackets. The colors were not too bright, but they were not too gloomy either. White, in forms of A-line skirts with slits up on the front, buttoned jackets, dresses with leather belts, lacy long sleeve blouses and boot cut pants, was prevailing at the first part of the show. Some of the blouses and vest were decorated with fur, which made the looks more elegant and luxurious. Maroon and different shades of brown were also featured in the new Gucci 2015 collection: patterned blouses, pants and dresses again with touches of fur, made the middle stage of the show unforgettable.
Frida Giannini had also widely used denim to design dresses, pants (nothing skinny, cropped pants all the way! Is Giannini trying to tell us something?) and jackets for the Gucci spring/summer 2015 collection. However, that was not the only blue we saw during the event. Collared baby blue dresses with buttons, very unique waist accentuating sleeveless dresses in dark blue, thin sweaters with striped sleeves provided the collection with a tranquility and calm. At some point during the show, however, the colors got wilder and brighter and Giannini showed everyone present that Gucci is not always all about conformity and moderation when it comes to colors. Deep V-neck short sleeve dresses with high waistlines, long skirts aired with thin jackets with belts made of fabric, high collar dresses in orange and red and form fitting jackets were “living proofs” of that idea.
The famous green and red Gucci pattern, that was visibly absent from the outfits, was seen on straps of the shoulder bags that some of the models were sporting.
Thanks to the sizzling Gucci spring/summer 2015 collection, the very first day of Milan Fashion Week spring 2015 was bright, glamorous and classy! We can already imagine what treasures are yet to get discovered!
Photos courtesy of Vogue UK