For my luxury lovers, regardless
of the economy, Gucci » creative
director, Alessandro Michele, is
inspiring men with some new
ways and styles of wearing his
pieces » and menswear pieces in
It all started during his Fall 2016 runway show,
where models rocked baggy jeans tucked into
big cable-knit socks and seriously
embroidered, bell-bottomed velour track
suits. In addition, contemporary pieces such
as grosgrain “neck bow” for $135 and jeans
covered in floral appliqués for over $2,000 are
available on the Gucci website.
The average Nigerian obviously thinks this is a
waste of money. However, when you study
Michele’s personal style, you start to
understand the direction Gucci » is moving
in. Michele is very different from his
colleagues like Raf Simons or Alexander
Wang, who enjoy simplistic daily styles or Rick
Owens and Jeremy Scott type who are always
decked out in straight off the runway attires.
Michele appears to be somewhere in
between, with his T-shirts and dad jeans, but
then he’ll switch things up by throwing an out-
of-place embroidered jacket or a pair of fur-
lined slides to the mix.
He may go a totally different direction while
on the red carpet, otherwise, he’s just another
dude going about his everyday life. Although
he may be wearing the most expensive
version of the simplest clothes available. And
that’s exactly what Gucci is going for; subtle
signature pieces to compliment a minimal look
not an over the top, head-to-toe Gucci

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