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Exclusive Gucci Collection to launch on Net-A-Porter.

Alessandro Michele has breathed new life into the brand since taking over the reigns at Gucci in 2015.

 

Credit: Elle.my

Credit: Elle.my

Exclusive to etailer Net-A-Porter, Alessandro centred the collection around the everyday serious fashionista and anyone who wants a little Gucci in their life. The 20 piece capsule, from £120 phone cases to a £2,740 evening gown launching on May 12th, will envelop ready-to-wear, accessories and shoes, WWD reports, and will include a modern interpretation of Gucci classics such as the Dionysus bag and Ace trainers. There will be £600 sweaters featuring the embroidered heron that’s fast becoming a new Gucci trope, £500 pleated skirts, embellished cardigans, a reworking of the best-selling Dionysus bag and plenty of those £300 plus fringed loafers.

“Our customer cannot seem to get enough of Gucci,”  Alison Loehnis, president of Net-A-Porter and Mr Porter commented. “Working on the exclusive project has been a thrill and we’re incredibly excited to be launching this global first on Net-A-Porter. Alessandro has an immense talent and vision and as we’ve come to expect from him, the collection is exquisite.”

The collection is sure to sell out in an astonishing time as other exclusives to Net-A-Porter have done previously. You can sign up here to get first in line to purchase on the day.

Alessandro Michele is also speaking at the Vogue 100 Festival on May 22nd with British Vogue EIC, Alexandra Shulman.

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About Caoimhe Moynihan

Fashion Assistant & Writer originally from Ireland with a background in styling and luxury retail. Passionate about creativity and supporting emerging talent in the fashion industry. Find Caoimhe on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or over on her site ‘The Simple Pleasures Blog.’

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