The buzz encompassing the Gucci Spring Summer 2020 show wasn’t about the RTW or sacks, rather it was about the beginning of the show where 21 models wearing white straitjackets continued down the runway’s moving walkways. Alessandro Michele has changed the brand and the design world as we probably am aware during his previous five years in charge of the brand. During a post show question and answer session, Michele told the group “I’m anxious about getting exhausted, I generally need to take a stab at something new.” And with that the following season for the brand rose, loaded up with more dark than Michele has utilized in past seasons, not so much prints, but rather more custom-made looks with a hotter vibe.
When it went to the packs, the 1955 Horsebit line ruled for Gucci Spring 2020. While various renditions of the effectively celebrated Dionysus and Sylvie went down the runway, it was another shape inside the Gucci 1955 Horsebit line that made its presentation. Two sizes of this vault molded pack were displayed with different materials and completions. The bigger of the two is intended to fill in as a duffle sack with a 39cm base while the littler is intended to be utilized as a tote with a 30cm base. Both will accompany shoulder ties, the bigger a Gucci web tie while the little will accompany a cowhide shoulder tie. On every one of these packs sits the acclaimed horsebit detail that makes the sack in a flash recognizable as Gucci.
The 1955 Horsebit shoulder sack has a spot in this gathering also which I was pleased to see, as the shape is my undisputed top choice from the brand right now. A red, green and dark striped form is fantastically appealing and the dark crocodile choice is the encapsulation of extravagant. By and large this pack is solid, exemplary, and will immediately turn into the following Gucci sack each aficionado of the brand aches for.
The packs were far less eccentric and particular in general as we’ve generally expected from Michele, yet that doesn’t mean his fun loving nature didn’t appear. One of the new arch packs says “Gucci Orgasmique” over the front while another says “Eterotopia”, which is an a term begat by French logician Michel Foucault to demonstrate “those spaces that have the specific normal for being associated with the various spaces, however so as to suspend, kill or transform the arrangement of relations that they themselves assign, they reflect or reflect.” Michele isn’t following patterns, he is making them, and however this accumulation is more inconspicuous than those of his past, Michele keeps on driving us to what’s going on straightaway.