Gucci Fall Winter 2019 - Milan Fashion Week

Gucci Fall/Winter 2019 – Milan Fashion Week


‘’The mask becomes the means through which we become what we feel we are’’, ‘’and the masks were a link to the idea of what dressing means’’, Alessandro Michele said of the Gucci Fall/Winter 2019 collection.
The mask, Jason Voorhees masks or fetish store masks with two inch-long spikes, would recur throughout the collection, a reference to classical theater, and the German political philosopher Hannah Arendt who, along with writings on good, evil and totalitarianism, also apparently viewed the mask as more than a cover.
He also emphasized the sober 1940s tailoring of his grandmother’s generation in jackets worn by men and women – many of them were unfinished, while Pierrot collars or some childish patterns, in contrast, seemed to speak of childhood whimsy and innocence.


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