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World Gucci marks 100 years with exhibit on Michele code-breaking

19:25  14 may  2021
19:25  14 may  2021 Source:   msn.com

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FLORENCE, Italy (AP) — Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in his 6½ years as creative director of the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago.

A view of a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising  campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni) © Provided by Associated Press A view of a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibition in the Gucci Garden gallery, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments in his era. Those include an advertising campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for the pre-Fall 2017 campaign and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections.

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A view of a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising  campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni) © Provided by Associated Press A view of a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

The exhibition will be reproduced in seven cities, including Shanghai, Tokyo, Sydney and Seoul.

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The 48-year-old designer credited CEO Marco Bizzarri, who tapped an unknown Michele from the Gucci design team to take over as creative director in January 2015, with allowing him leeway to go beyond the usual schemes driving the luxury business model.

A view of a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising  campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni) © Provided by Associated Press A view of a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

“No one would have wanted, we can say it, a transexual in the world of beauty,” Michele told reporters Thursday in Florence.

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He said the campaign, featuring Hari Nef, Petra Collins and Dakota Johnson walking through a field of wildflowers, proved conventional fashion world wisdom wrong by creating “an absolutely up-to-date female imagery.”

“If fashion and the fashion market want to continue to have a stage, there needs to be some sort of movement. That campaign, in a very gentle and very poetic way, gave space and voice to a world of very different femininity,” Michele said.


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Likewise, Michele said the casting of only Black models in the 2017 campaign was at the time a breakthrough, noting that “things have changed in a dizzying and very fast way in the last year.”

The pandemic year has been a year of collaborations, including with North Face, and Ken Scott and Doraemon. A tie-up with Balenciaga will reach stores later this year. Gucci revenues rose 20% to 2.16 million euros in the first quarter of 2021 compared with the same period last year, Women's Wear Daily reported.

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Michele’s eclectic style, which has gone a long way toward mainstreaming genderless codes, especially for men, has created a sort of tribal following. Dubbed the Gucci Gang, Michele has fully embraced the power of that very distinct crowd during his pandemic year collections, which have been unveiled as digital presentations.

A view of a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising  campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni) © Provided by Associated Press A view of a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

Those collections include this year's “Aria” that ends with the runway cast converging dreamily in a garden, to “Ouverture” last November, with videos by Gus Van Sant featuring an Italian actress moving through a rarified Roman landscape with her Gucci tribe.

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A woman steps past a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising  campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni) © Provided by Associated Press A woman steps past a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

Michele said the brand’s real-life fans defy easy description, ranging in age “from 10 to 90.”

“It has happened that someone who could be my mother’s age greets me, or that Marina Cicogna (an 86-year-old film producer) tells me, ‘When I go in the store, I find crazy things,’" Michele said.

A view of a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising  campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni): Italy Milan Fashion Gucci Exhibit © Provided by Associated Press Italy Milan Fashion Gucci Exhibit

"It is strange because (we) also manage to dress someone who is 13 years old. Not only: Yesterday a young person stopped me who had a tattoo that said “Blind For Love,” and it was not the first,” Michele said, referring to one of the popular slogans that have adorned his creations.

“Evidently it was a strong detonation of something that already existed,” Michele said of his collections. “Fashion has the great capacity to interpret and to collect what is happening now .... to narrate the exact moment."

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A view of a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising  campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni) © Provided by Associated Press A view of a Gucci's advertisement campaign selected for an exhibition to celebrate creative vision of a creative director Alessandro Michele at Gucci Garden Archetypes, in Florence, Italy, Thursday, May 13, 2021. Alessandro Michele has radically shifted Gucci codes and challenged fashion norms in 6 ½ years as creative director at the brand founded by Guccio Gucci as a travel bag company in Florence 100 years ago. To mark the centenary, Michele has curated an exhibit in the brand's shop, restaurant and exhibition space, Gucci Garden, on Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, that underlines some watershed moments: An advertising campaign for perfume featuring a transgender model, an all-Black cast for Pre-Fall 2017 campaign, and a lipstick campaign featuring everyday faces in all their imperfections. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

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