Italian fashion house Gucci has presented the second “Forever Now” campaign featuring Princess of Monaco Charlotte Casiraghi, daughter of Caroline of Monaco.
This new campaign shot in black and white by famous photographers Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin celebrates Gucci’s equestrian heritage.
Gucci elevates the simple game to a new level of refinement with its leather board, case, game pieces, and storage pouch, each embossed with the signature Gucci emblem. The Checkers Set in Brown Leather by Gucci is priced at $4,350.
Gucci has announced that Gossip Girl star Blake Lively is its latest face, with the 24-year-old American actress to appear in the campaign for new scent Gucci Première.
Influenced by old Hollywood charm and inspired by the fashion house’s couture line of the same name, Gucci Première eau de parfum features top notes of bergamot and orange blossom, a heart of white flowers and musk, and base notes such as leather and wood.
Shot by fashion photographer Sølve Sundsbø, the Flora by Gucci ‘The Garden’ Spring 2012 campaign stars Australian model Abbey Lee Kershaw.
The Garden Collection features five colorful fragrances named Gorgeous Gardenia, Gracious Tuberose, Glamorous Magnolia, Generous Violet and Glorious Mandarin.
Chinese actress Li Bingbing joins Princess of Monaco Charlotte Casiraghi on the list of celebrity models for Gucci. Li will be the face of the luxury label’s accessories ad campaign dedicated to the House’s handbags, fine jewelry, and timepieces.
Conceived by Creative Director Frida Giannini, the portraits, shot in London by Sølve Sundsbø, evoke a strong yet minimal aesthetic true to Gucci’s codes of luxury.
In 2009, Gucci filed a lawsuit against Guess for copyright infringement, seeking over $124 million in damages. Now the two companies are finally in court.
Gucci’s people say that Guess knocked off over $200 million in merchandise, with the “clear intent” to make people think what they were buying was “Gucci”
Gucci claims that the LA-based fashion brand infringed on its trademarks by imitating four specific Gucci signatures: the green and red stripe; the interlocking “G” pattern; the square “G” and the brand name’s delicate script font.
The Italian fashion house Gucci is extending its menswear offerings to include Made to Measure, an in-store tailoring service that it is offering in 11 cities worldwide.
In addition to offering fabrics from an exclusive selection, the service provides for customizable options with finishes and details and allows for personal tailoring according to the client’s individual measurements.
Gucci has presented the first images of its “Forever Now” campaign featuring Princess of Monaco Charlotte Casiraghi, daughter of Caroline of Monaco.
A young show jumper, Charlotte Casiraghi was photographed in an equestrian setting. The princess models items featuring the brand’s signature red and green stripes in a campaign celebrating its heritage.
This new collaboration joins two uniquely Italian traditions of design and craftsmanship, from leaders in their respective industries.
The Bianchi by Gucci is available in two models, both with Gucci’s signature green-red-green web stripe.
Bing, the decision engine from Microsoft, recently pulled together its search trends for 2011 and below is the top 10 searched fashion brands of 2011.
Guess and J.Crew proved to be forces amongst the high-end labels that made the list, taking the number 6 and 7 spots respectively.
Jennifer Lopez is featured in the Italian automaker’s first commercial for the all-new 2012 Fiat 500 by Gucci.
The commercial, titled “Elegance,” is voiced-over by Lopez and highlights the Fiat 500 by Gucci limited edition, as Lopez drives through the streets of New York City.
The commercial parallels Chrysler Group LLC’s “Imported from Detroit” campaign, and is the third television ad Fiat has released starring Lopez.
Italian fashion label Gucci inaugurated a museum in Florence Monday, showcasing the luggage and high-end clothing that have fueled the company’s success.
Located in the Palazzo della Mercanzia, the museum is only a few steps away from the 13th century Palazzo Vecchio and Michelangelo’s David.
Byron Yiu has made his fortune by turning traditional shopping habits around and re-selling rich women’s luxury handbags in Hong Kong.
Locally known as “tai tais”, the small and often thrifty demographic, rarely seen without Prada, Chanel or Gucci on their arm, provides the retailer with a steady flow of bags which are later authenticated by Yiu’s team.