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  • A metal swinging pendulum traced patterns in the sandy runway of the #GucciFW20 show. Circling around it, 58 looks from the men’s collection debuted, including distressed cropped knits, baggy denim pants and prints by @libertylondon. T-shirt artworks from “Psychopts”, a book by Richard Hell and @christopher_wool. Discover more through link in bio.  #GucciLiberty #RaveLikeYouAreFive #mfw  Music: Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)
  • A metal swinging pendulum traced patterns in the sandy runway of the #GucciFW20 show. Circling around it, 58 looks from the men’s collection debuted, including distressed cropped knits, baggy denim pants and prints by @libertylondon. T-shirt artworks from “Psychopts”, a book by Richard Hell and @christopher_wool. Discover more through link in bio. #GucciLiberty #RaveLikeYouAreFive #mfw Music: Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)
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  • “If you’re a child, you’re allowed to dream, to dress differently… I would have liked to wear [Prince Charming’s] hat after Carnival and instead it was put away in a box. Why isn’t one allowed to wear Prince Charmings hat not only for Carnival?” While preparing for the #GucciFW20 men’s fashion show, @alessandro_michele reflects to filmmaker @yuriancarani on how as a child, one can dress with complete freedom. He remembers a cherished Prince Charming costume he wore for the Carnival—an annual festival in Italy with processions, music, dancing, and masquerade. The whimsy and details of children’s clothes were woven through the collection shown in Milan’s Palazzo delle Scintille, see the full show through link in bio. #RaveLikeYouAreFive #AlessandroMichele
  • “If you’re a child, you’re allowed to dream, to dress differently… I would have liked to wear [Prince Charming’s] hat after Carnival and instead it was put away in a box. Why isn’t one allowed to wear Prince Charmings hat not only for Carnival?” While preparing for the #GucciFW20 men’s fashion show, @alessandro_michele reflects to filmmaker @yuriancarani on how as a child, one can dress with complete freedom. He remembers a cherished Prince Charming costume he wore for the Carnival—an annual festival in Italy with processions, music, dancing, and masquerade. The whimsy and details of children’s clothes were woven through the collection shown in Milan’s Palazzo delle Scintille, see the full show through link in bio. #RaveLikeYouAreFive #AlessandroMichele
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