Alessandro Michele makes art. Period. If you know, you know. If you don't know, there are just no words to describe his fashion. Or his shows, for that matter. And, once more, we saw what he can do during the Gucci show on MFW. Michele offered his audience a unique backstage experience, making all the model preparations a part of the spectacle. A revolving stage exposed models and staff giving the attendants a taste of Gucci behind the scenes in the form of a peep show , as Bolero by Maurice Ravel played on the speakers. As for the clothes? Eclectic, eccentric and with a 70's vibe and some religious connotations. And, as always, Michele's work is the epitome of genderless fashion, beyond any stereotypical boundaries.
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