Gucci has released a sports jacket that is printed with some of its most iconic symbols and pieces, such as an interlocking pattern of red “GG” belts, love hearts, stars and knots.
The Alessandro Michele-designed windbreaker adopts a retro 1980s aesthetic with its contrasting panels consisting of blue, red and grey segments. Gucci continues the throwback theme with a top-bottom split and piping, breaking up the bold interlocking print from the block colors below.
Red “GG” buckle belts are printed on top of a fisherman’s knot-inspired pattern consisting of love hearts, knots and starts intertwined into the graphic. This design begins at the collar and works its way down the arms, finishing in a triangular point on the sleeves. The mid-section is finished in a block shade of grey, while the side pattern gets treated to a bold red hue. Rounding off the windbreaker is a full-length silver-toned zipper, as well as elasticated cuffs and hems.
Take a look at the Gucci Graphic-Print Sports Jacket in the gallery above. You can pick up this bold Fall statement from The Webster for $2,600 USD now.
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