Things are heating up more and more at Milan Fashion Week, as more renowned fashion designers reveal their fantastic collections for the upcoming season, setting up the hottest tendencies we later get inspired from. The very first day of Milan Fashion Week was breathing all glamour and luxury, since there was Gucci to present its spring 2012 show. Cutting everyone present during the show from reality and taking away into the magic world of the Roaring Twenties art-deco era with a certain Gucci glam twist, the Gucci Spring 2012 collection declared androgynous spring for daring and creative fashionistas.
Frida Giannini, the creative director for Gucci, drew her inspiration from ’20s Jazz Age and transferred her imagination into the fascinating Gucci spring 2012 collection that oozes confidence and power. Frida brought back the Gatsby pants, redesigning and revitalizing them with a unique Gucci twist to meet the demands of the modern Gucci girl, who knows how to put her mind-blowing forms and fantastic fashion sense into value. The retro pants came in combination with fabulous short jackets, worn over sexy blouses. The new Gucci dresses had somewhat a flowing shape, while all the glamour is revealed thanks to the animal black and white prints, leopard and zebra, but also through the flapper girl style dresses that dazzle through amazing details and color coordination. In the upcoming warm season, the Gucci woman is ready for a journey with sharp blazers, stylish tailored pants, wild animal prints and cut-out bathing suits.
Each design in the Gucci spring 2012 collection stated Gucci’s craftsmanship, especially the ones with sequins, metal, glass-like palettes and gorgeous coloration. In terms of color, Frida Giannini mainly stuck to darker color palette of black, grey and white with metallic and gold accents, but there were also soft hues of green and orange. Androgynous, yet highly feminine, the amazing Gucci spring 2012 collection is all about perfect originality and glamour. Skim through the collection and draw inspiration to build up your spring/summer 2012 wardrobe in style.
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Photography by Davide Maestri