GUCCI

Hong Kong Tatler - - Style -

Alessan­dro Michele played with the no­tion of su­per- and trans-hu­mans in what was per­haps one of the most shock­ingly won­der­ful shows of the sea­son (it was set in a mock-up of a hos­pi­tal op­er­at­ing room). Some mod­els car­ried life-sized ver­sions of their own heads as ac­ces­sories; oth­ers wore face cover-ups and gi­ant glasses, or held tiny pet dragons that looked like they came straight from Game of Thrones. The the­atrics ex­tended to the clothes’ mul­ti­di­men­sional aes­thet­ics, a sig­na­ture of the brand’s re­cent sea­sons. There were over­sized se­quinned blaz­ers and vel­vet dresses, lo­goed leg­wear and chunky hik­ing boots, all lay­ered en­thu­si­as­ti­cally to­gether. It was a more-is-more col­lec­tion to say the least, the essence of what Michele is all about.

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