Colors, textures and prints are inspired by designer Hiroyuki Fujita’s recent travels.
Tailoring turned on its head.
Celebrating Alessandro Michele’s five years as creative director.
Savvy spins on workwear, militaria and slouchy street-leaning looks.
Samuel Ross presents a grown-up image at Milan Fashion Week.
Choreographer Michele Rizzo turned the show into reflective performance art.
Its first menswear-only show since 2017.
The rapper’s appearance at Milan Fashion Week seems to suggest something is on the horizon.
Introducing “Gucci Orgasmique.”
It will also host a carbon-neutral show at Milan Fashion Week.