Gucci Adds Its Feline Head Motif on Newest Sterling Silver Bracelet

Part of the “Gucci Garden” collection.

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Gucci’s angry feline motif moves from its crystal-encrusted ring and onto its newest bracelet. Much like it’s “Le Marché des Merveilles” (Marketplace Wonders) ring, the bracelet takes on the form of medieval-style jewelry, showing deep lines and a worn finish — giving the piece an almost hand-engraved appearance.

The bracelet contains four snarling feline heads matched with three Gucci “GG” links, and a final “GG” dangling charm. The remainder of the links alternate from twisted rod rings, to smooth chain links, and are joined by the wearer using an ornate lobster clasp. Another nice detail can be found at the back of the feline head, as the entire back sees an Arabesque cut-out embellishment.

The full range of Gucci Garden accessories can be found now at most Gucci flagships, as well as online at select retailers like SSENSE.

In other fashion news, Nike enlists Cav Empt for its latest collaborative collection.

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