Stars consisting of Andrew Garfield, Saoirse Ronan, Salma Hayek Pinault, Lucy Boynton, and St. Vincent confirmed as much as support the Italian fashion logo. For his fall/wintry weather 2019 Milan display, Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele pulled from his deep love of all things ancient and androgynous with a subject matter of otherworldly masks. As traditional, Gucci spared no price, even sending out invitations to the display in the form of a 3-D plaster mask.
Michele aimed to reinvent the conventional idea of a masked cover as a way to find authenticity. “The masks, in reality, lets us show ourselves as we please and play our acting position as we think is great,” wrote the logo in accompanying display notes. “It’s the possibility to pick out how to work out our freedom to expose ourselves through a powerful clear out that constantly selects what we want to share approximately us and what we want to conceal alternatively.”
In addition to a full-on leather-based and plastic face mask, Michele used jewelry as masks, with sizeable golden jewelry and headpieces morphing throughout the models’ faces. Accessories of bondage-themed formidable leather-based and massive spikes contrasted across softer pastel beaded robes and floral prints. A few models wore extensive black contacts to cover their eyeballs and sported bleached eyebrows, melding the vintage past with a robot future in the spirit of otherworldliness.
The theme of safety prolonged into GG-emblem knee pads, cocooning oversized jackets and coats, and smooth blouson trousers. Gucci persisted in its current march of androgynous seems with boxy suiting for both males and females, paired with thick antique ties and shirting collars. There also became the signature eclectic mashup of colors, patterns, and textures. Sequined spangle, flirty ruffles, peplum jackets, and pussy-bow blouses contrasted with sharp tailoring, plaids, and menswear fabric.
Michele designed a 100-meter reflected runway with a backdrop of one hundred twenty,000 LED lighting, which shape-shifted according to the gothic operatic track as fashions nonchalantly walked throughout the degree. The target audience turned into a pyramid shape, displaying the excessive percentage of VIPs within the front row.
Saoirse Ronan changed into a version for Gucci’s epicene fall/winter code, carrying a 3-piece match in a combination of army, rust, gray, and orange, tied collectively with an eye fixed-chain belt. Salma Hayek Pinault wore a steel pink floral range, with many feminine gildings such as gold brocade and purple fur trim.
Gucci awesome-fan Jared Leto confirmed up in his favorite floral uniform, this time decked out in a technicolor blue and pink cape-coat over branded sweatpants and rainbow-striped skateboard shoes. The sweeping hood of his coat served as his mask as he disappeared below the hood as photographers angled to get a glimpse of his included face.
Andrew Garfield wore tinted yellow shades and a bomber jacket with Disney’s Three Little Pigs adorning the sleeve from Gucci’s Chinese New Year-themed tablet series.
Bohemian Rhapsody celebrity Lucy Boynton additionally performed with the menswear subject matter in a boxy denim skirt in shape with an unfashionable oversize collar and neck sash. Other guests covered Chinese actress Ni Ni, director Gia Coppola and musicians St. Vincent, The Clementines, and Italian rocker Ghali.
Reviews of the masks-themed series have been combined, pointing out similarities among the custom-made accessories and people used in the popular subculture, from the Ghibli person Kaonashi (Spirited Away’s No Face) to the white plastic mask donned by famous dance team Jabbawockeez.