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Gucci goes where no man has gone before

Gucci goes where no man has gone before
Surreal, psychedelic outer space landscapes and trippy retro-futurist spaceship interiors create wild settings for the Italian house’s Fall Winter 2017 campaign.
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Explore the scene of the soul with Gucci’s all-black campaign

Explore the scene of the soul with Gucci's all-black campaign

Inspired by the photographs of artist Malick Sidibé, who in the 60s and 70s captured youth culture in Africa, the Pre-Fall 2017 campaign reflects the vibrant attitude of the collection. Read more

Claws out! Gucci goes wild in Rome

For Gucci’s latest campaign, Alessandro Michele, the man who took creative lead at Gucci in January of 2015, partners with Glen Luchford for the 25-image campaign which brings the animal kingdom to the streets of Rome.

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Gucci’s very British affair

Alessandro Michele is a storyteller. In the campaign that follows Gucci’s cruise 2017 runway show at Westminster Abbey, the creative director of the house the story is set in the lavish English countryside and an impressive manor.

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Alessandro Michele does Tokyo for Gucci’s latest campaign

Alessandro Michele’s cinematic vision of fashion is coming back to life once again. After Berlin, where Gucci’s last campaign was shot with the label’s hip crew lounging everywhere, from a crowded street, to a public bathroom and metro station in Berlin (alongside an actual peacock), Tokyo is the city for this season’s urban fairytale.
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Rag & Bone will destroy anything for you

Crash and boom at last. Teaming up with director Peter Miles and British fashion photographer and film director Glen Luchford, Rag & Bones Fall 2015 womenswear campaign caught the attention of anyone and offended no-one but those car aficionados who are not into what they claim as “car torture porn”.

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Kate Moss styles the heat

“I first discovered Morocco on a shoot with Mario Sorrenti. We had a moped and went off into the desert together,” she recalls. Back then, she was an upcoming supermodel. Read more