Apart from the logo-laden graphics and flamboyant use of prints and colours, Gucci’s tailoring remains a core part of its men’s ready-to-wear offerings.
It’s really easy to be distracted with Gucci. For one, there are a lot of things going on in a collection—resurgences of archival prints, stacks of jewellery, heads (the human and Mickey Mouse kinds), and many other oddities we’ve yet to see. Gucci is also one of the luxury fashion houses that has become part of the hype machine, supplementing brogues with distressed sneakers and making vintage-inspired logo T-shirts cool again.
Yet at the heart of it all, Gucci still counts tailoring as one of the most integral parts of its menswear collection.
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