Shop the interactive Gucci Fall 2015 runway show exposing a collection imbued with an androgynous romanticism.
Following in the footsteps of his Alessandro Michele’s menswear collection, the clothing continued to blur the gender lines. “Sensuality is something that is inside of you,” explained the designer. “Because there are a lot of really beautiful girls that can look like a man and also men look like a woman. It’s the story of the world. It is the life.”
Models strolled the perimeter of a subway set in clothes with a vintage allure — including gauzy, flower-child dresses, schoolteacher skirts and vaguely Seventies pantsuits. The young Italian took as he showed a commitment to accordion-pleat skirts, including gorgeous ones in nappa leather and optical-print Lurex; tailoring that skewed mannish or pajamalike; and demure, feminine dresses in tapestry prints or with coiling ruffles.
He certainly unleashed an array of quirky, eye-catching accessories. Horse-bit loafers morphed into fur-lined slippers and clogs, and logo bags come hand-painted with flowers or embroidered with big insects.