Gucci hosted its Cruise 2018 Fashion Show in the Palatine Gallery of the Pitti Palace in Florence, on May 29, 2017.
We bring you the quick look of celebrities who  wore Gucci to the fashion show:

Natasha Poonawalla wore Gucci Spring-Summer 2017 Look 18 Multicolor multi-fringe light silk organdy single breasted collarless oversized coat.

Dakota Johnson wore Gucci Fall-Winter 2017-2018 look 73 black and rose printed floral silk jacquard sleeveless v-neck dress with crystal and pearl embroideries, plisse details, and a crystal embroidered black velvet bow brooch with a pair pink metallic leather sandals a pink velvet embroidered GG Marmont bag.

Kirsten Dunst wore a Gucci Spring Summer 2017 orange silk blouse with silk bow with an orange pleated embroidered skirt, blue velvet GG Marmont shoulder bag and black leather knotted high heel sandals.

Salma Hayek Pinault wore a Gucci Fall Winter 2017-2018 silk chiffon long sleeve floral printed dress featuring ruffle front and black velvet belt with a pink velvet embroidered GG Marmont bag and gold and natural platform sandals.

Beth Ditto wore a Gucci Cruise 2018 blue and lurex gold leaf jacquard suit with moonflower colored satin lapel with crystal details. The jacket features a gold sequin embroidered tiger, embroidered flowers and “Beth” embroidered across the back. She completed her look with blue and lurex gold leaf jacquard loafers with crystal ribbon and a blue and lurex gold leaf jacquard butterfly embroidered headpiece.

Valeria Golino wore a Gucci Fall Winter 2017-2018 garden printed silk long sleeve dress with embroidery details, belt with crystal feline head, high heel black suede sandals with pearl details and a black lace clutch with pearl closure.

Miriam Leone wore a Gucci Spring Summer 2017 pink iridescent silk ruffle blouse with a black lace embroidered ruffle skirt, black Dionysus clutch and black leather platforms with pearl detail.

Laura Love wore Gucci Pre Fall 2017 look 62 black leather jacket with flounced bottom and jeweled bows and matching skirt with black leather sandals with jeweled bows and red brocade mini Sylvie bag.

Soko wore Gucci Spring Summer 2017 look 55 white wool silk double breasted peak lapel jacket with red ribbon detail and laser-cut felted dragons and bee patches on the back with a white t-shirt, red crystal studded platform high heel loafers and silver leather Dionysus shoulder bag.

Sir Elton John wore a Gucci DIY one button peak lapel Signornia suit with embroidered patches on the back and crystal lizard on the lapel with a pair of brown leather loafers. David Furnish wore a Gucci Spring Summer 2017 blue and white peak lapel double breasted New Signoria window check suit with angry cat embroidery detail on the back and white leather embroidered ace sneakers.

Jared Leto wore a Gucci Fall Winter 2017 lavender crushed velvet robe with a blue and red silk shirt with bee detail, yellow technical jersey trousers with red stripe and silver metallic leather high top sneakers with web detail.

Donald Glover wore a Gucci Spring Summer 2017 white cotton printed shirt, navy wool shorts and a pair of white leather Ace sneakers.

Alessandro Borghi wore a Gucci DIY sky blue and red blouson daisy jacquard bomber jacket with embroidery with a white cotton t-shirt and a pair of red leather Ace sneakers with bee detail.

Demi Moore wore Gucci Fall/Winter 2017-2018 look 26 black silk floral suit with high waited flared trousers in New York City


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To capture this collection cast in ‘A Panoply of Blue Shades’, Artistic Director Maria GraziaChiuri, once again called on the talents of French photographer Brigitte Lacombe.

With their unwavering Gaze, their folded arms or hands in their pockets, nine models have lost nothing of the assured attitude they exhibited at the Autumn-Winter 2017-2018 fashion show. Among them are Ruth Bell, already chosen by Maria GraziaChiuri to embody the creations in her first collection for Dior, Fernanda Ly with her Pink Hair, and AdwoaAboah, a committed feminist who shares the same beliefs as the artistic director tirelessly promotes.

For Brigitte Lacombe’s camera, they make up a group of young women with a strong, affirmed style. Each Possesses a unique personality and together they compose an image of a bold and daring Dior woman. Being both united and staunchly individual, they ideally reflect the blue of the creations, a color rich in symbolism and meanings, which plays on the contrasts between the workwear spirit of denim fabrics and the nobility of royal blue velvet.


IWC-01The Swiss watchmaking company IWC Schaffhausen celebrated the opening of its second German boutique with aroung 200 specially invited guests flocked to the magnificent, recently renovated building at Residenzstraße 13, close to Munich’s opera house.

To mark the occasion, IWC unveiled the special-edition Portugieser Chronograph Rattrapante Edition “Boutique Munich” (Ref. IW371217). Limited to 250 watches, this exclusive timepiece will initially only be available for purchase at the Munich boutique.

After a one-year construction phase of meticulously executed renovations, it features a modern boutique concept spanning two floors and a total area of around 226 square metres. With its soft beige hues and dark wooden accents, the IWC boutique furnishing scheme features a bar, a corner fireplace and a seating area, creating a relaxed atmosphere that invites visitors to bask in the stylish surroundings.

Approximately 200 hand-picked guests from the worlds of business, politics, art, media and Munich’s high society attended the grand opening at the invitation of Christoph Grainger-Herr (CEO of IWC Schaffhausen) and Henrik Ekdahl (IWC Managing Director Richemont Northern Europe). The red carpet was graced by celebrity watch enthusiasts and IWC Friends of the Brand ElyasM’Barek, Moritz Bleibtreu and Thomas Heinze.


Brooklyn Beckham launched his book What I See, amidst rave reviews, at Christie’s London, alongside an exhibit in support of his first photography book, What I See, at Christie’s auction house, which is been a huge success.

While a preview of Brooklyn Beckham’s first photography book, What I See, has received negative comments by his followers on Twitter, with people labelling the photography as “terrible” and “hilarious” and mocking the captions which accompany the images as being too simplistic.

So proud, amazing exhibition @brooklynbeckham thank you @christiesinc #whatiseebrooklynbeckham @poloralphlauren x VB

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Lately, it was announced that Rocco Iannonewill formally takes up his role as their new Creative Director at Pal Zileri from 3 July.

Iannone, a graduate of the Marangoni School of Design, joins after 10 years with Giorgio Armani where he oversaw its signature menswear main line, special projects and brand endorsement.

Iannone’s first collection for Pal Zileri will be AW18/19 which will be unveiled in Milan in January 2018. He replaces Mauro Ravizza Krieger who left the company in June.


Switzerland-based global trade unions IndustriALL Global Union and UNIGlobal Union and leading fashion brand representatives announced in an agreement in Paris, to continue a safety program involving thousands of garment factories in Bangladesh for another three years.

The current five-year campaign for fire and building safety expires next May and involves only European brands. Another group of North American brands is working separately to improve safety conditions in Bangladesh.

Following the collapse in 2013 of Rana Plaza, which killed more than 1,130 workers and injured 2,500 others, highlighted grim conditions in the country’s garment industry, which is the second largest in the world.


The Fashion Design Council of India announced the dates for the most extravagant showcasing of opulence and craft at the India Couture Week 2017, as it ushers in 10 years of this venerable fashion event.

For the first time ever, the most coveted names will bring alive, unmitigated splendour in a lavish seven-day affair from July 24-30, 2017 at the Taj Palace hotel, and a few off-site locations in the capital. The country’s biggest style extravaganza is set to showcase 14 top couturiers, who will set the mood for trends and unabashed designs.

List of designers at the India Couture Week 2017:
• Anamika Khanna
• Anita Dongre
• Anju Modi
• Gaurav Gupta
• Manav Gangwani
• Manish Malhotra
• Monisha Jaising
• Rahul Mishra
• Reynu Taandon
• Rina Dhaka
• Rohit Bal
• Shyamal & Bhumika
• Tarun Tahiliani
• Varun Bahl


Gucci announced the launch of the latest in its occasional series of limited-edition publications. Entitled Hortus Sanitatis (Latin for ‘The Garden of Health’), it takes its name from the first natural history encyclopaedia, which was published in Mainz, Germany, in 1485.

Showcasing imagery of the Gucci pre-fall 2017 collection shot by photographer Derek Ridgers, the book takes the form of a series of informal pictures of models accompanied by animals such as cats and snakes. Shot in Rome in historical spaces that have remained untouched for centuries, the photographs offer a window into lost worlds. The locations are: Antica Spezieria di Santa Maria della Scala, an old apothecary, Biblioteca Angelica, a beautiful library filled with rare, ancient manuscripts, and Antica Libreria Cascianelli, a sprawling archive of books and pieces of art.

Derek Ridgers first came to notice as a photographer of the punk scene in London in the 1970s and is best known for his images of musicians, club and street culture, as well as his portraits of actors. In Hortus Sanitatis, Ridgers’ images have the raw energy of his early work documenting bands like Siouxsie and The Banshees, The Damned, The Ramones and Adam & The Ants.

Distributed by IDEA, the London-based independent publisher, Hortus Sanitatis is limited to 1,000 copies and comes in a dedicated red cotton pouch displaying skull and crossbones.

It is printed with gold-gilded page-edges and gold foil details on the cover.Priced at £75, ¥12,500, $95 and € 85, the title will be sold as of 5th July, and will be launched at the Comme des Garçons Trading Museum at 54 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris with a book signing event.


For his spring 2018 collection at Paris fashion Week, Yohji Yamamoto explores urbanism in the oversize overshadows shaped in black, biker-style jackets, shaping each of the looks with artistic references to vector elements, photographs, oriental typography and blurred illustrations.