Gucci Gives Nod to Trackside Styles With Reworked Denim Jacket

Retailing at $1,600 USD.

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Gucci has reworked its classic light-wash denim jacket for Fall/Winter 2020, by introducing a sporty-aesthetic, inspired by trackside styles of the mid-80s.

Following the brand’s recent rework of its loafer silhouette, Gucci has again revisited a classic garment in its denim jacket.

Thanks to the addition of an elasticated hem, this denim offering immediately takes on a more laid-back look. It boasts an 80s-inspired logo down the left sleeve and a silky monogrammed lining that makes for a more comfortable fit. Crafted in Italy, the jacket is completed with glossy-toned fixtures that feature on both chest pockets and closures.

The Gucci Gucci Print Arm Denim Jacket is available now from END. Clothing, retailing at $1,600 USD.

In other news, Gucci’s Mx line explores gender fluidity within fashion for its latest collection.

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