The stars came out in droves for the debut of Gucci creative director Sabato de Sarno’s first collection for the house. In keeping with the new direction, the looks were simple, minimal, and stripped bare of the extravagance that has defined the brand for so long. In fact, the looks were so simple that we find most of them to be fairly undiscussable. You can only say so much about a white shirt or basic trench coat, after all. Still, using these stars to promote the brand’s new direction was a smart way to go, even if the looks weren’t quite as eye-popping as Gucci front rows past.
Most of the looks were fine, although a few, like this one, were pretty disappointing. This is not utilizing the presence of Bad Bunny to its full effect.
The boots overwhelm the outfit a little, but the jacket-dress is nice.
Also cute, although she may be pining for the va-va-voom styles the brand has been putting her in for years.
Hair and makeup are gorgeous; outfit is basic.
Of course she looks more fabulous than anyone there.
Dreary as hell. She deserved better.
Also cute! What do you want us to say here? Can’t go wrong with a mini-trench.
He fills it out nicely, which is the only reason the ensemble works at all.
Meh. Nothing wrong with any of this, but it’s not particularly exciting.
Gucci horsebit loafers do not go with everything.
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