Gucci has recently updated its aesthetic beginning with their latest addition by the name of Alesaandro Michele, who has taken the brand to new heights in street wear. Michele's corky brain is clear from the embroidered denim to the floral print on hooded sweatshirts. This genderless approach makes a bold statement for Gucci with many raving about its success. When asked about the collection, Michele said,
"The men’s wardrobe is like a ritual and I am fascinated by it and its codes. The codes are not to be cancelled, they have to be reinvented and repositioned in a different fresco. There is the part of formalwear which I consider like the father of all the different styles. There are some punk pieces which are the most romantic part of the collection. When you are punk you are romantic, because you want to break the rules. And then there is the preppy/street part which recalls college-wear and is thought for more relaxed moments. Each of these parts has its own codes and, as always, I enjoyed putting a sort of confusion among the different codes and languages."
And it's this synergy of punk and formal wear that has taken the Gucci man to the street. We usually stray away from high end, over priced, luxury brands for many reasons, but in this case, we make a huge exception for Gucci. Check out some of the Gucci 2017 men's Cruise collection below. You can see more here!