While designers such as Versace or Dolce&Gabbana presented collections that had sex written all over the place, Gucci came with an interesting alternative, inspired from the ‘60s fashion.
Gucci’s new designer, Frida Giannini, has stopped following the trend set by Gucci’s previous designer, Tom Ford, and took a new direction by using the floral models so popular when she started this career in the early ’70.
Huge glasses and crazy color combinations define this spring’s collection.
Frida Gianini became known at Gucci as a top handbag designer.
But with all the success in that area, fashion critics weren’t as satisfied with the collection pulled out here at Milan Fashion Week. Especially now that the retro chic idea was presented by other designers.