An arcade in Florence discovered by @cococapitan in an image titled “L’ultima Sala Ricreativa di Firenze", on display at the @amagcuratedby#AlessandroMichele exhibition in 77 Theatre in Beijing until April 9. The show is part of a trilogy started in Hong Kong and continuing in Taipei. #BlindforLove
Fresh from creating work integrated by #AlessandroMichele in the #GucciFW17 show, @cococapitan’s iconic handwritings and snapshots of Rome and Florence are displayed in the second room of the @amagcuratedby exhibit. Held at 77 Theatre in Beijing, the exhibit runs until April 9.
Inside the Cabinet of Curiosities, a room which celebrates #AlessandroMichele's universe, for the second exhibit dedicated to @amagcuratedby, with a focus on artist @cococapitan. The space features a selection of objects, photographs and artworks—hanging on a wallpaper created out of an image of the valley of Civita di Bagnoregio taken by @vanni74, which was also the cover of the issue. Held at 77 Theatre in Beijing, the exhibit runs until April 9. #BlindForLove
A palm cuff featuring an arrow in multi-colored glass beads, worn with a textured ring with glass pearls and #LeMarchédesMerveilles fine jewelry rings of feline heads embellished with precious stones from #GucciSS17.
Jewelry from #GucciSS17: the word “Loved" in colored crystals in a handcuff. Gold feline heads encrusted with precious gemstones in rings and a hand bracelet from the #LeMarchédesMerveilles fine jewelry collection.
The idea for exhibit #ChatsworthHouseStyle came about when Lady Laura Burlington (@laura_burlington), Countess of Burlington, searched the Chatsworth textiles archive for a christening gown for her son, James. On seeing the numerous boxes in the archives, filled with clothing and textiles amassed over the centuries, she asked the Duke and Duchess if she could invite an expert to take a look. The expert turned out to be @hamishbowles, Editor-at-Large of @voguemagazine, who helped curate the archive into #ChatsworthHouseStyle. Lady Laura Burlington (@laura_burlington), Countess of Burlington wore a #Gucci Signoria tuxedo and high-neck shirt to celebrate the opening of the exhibition, which will run until October 22. #GucciPlaces
The residence of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire opens the doors to #ChatsworthHouseStyle, an exhibition exploring five centuries of fashion of its regal inhabitants. On show are pieces worn by Bess of Hardwick, one of the most powerful women of the 16th century; the 18th century “Empress of Fashion” Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire; and Adele Astaire, the sister and dance partner of Fred Astaire, Deborah Devonshire and Nancy Mitford, two of the Mitford sisters; model Stella Tennant and John F Kennedy’s sister ‘Kick’ Kennedy. Sponsored by #Gucci, the exhibition runs from 25 March to 22 October 2017. #GucciPlaces
Produced by: The Visual Clinic
Directed by: @antoniomonfreda
Canadian-born artist @petrafcollins returned to Hungary, the homeland of her family, to photograph them in the heat of high summer. The image is part of “Az én Családom” or “My Family” a series taken for @amagcuratedby#AlessandroMichele. The works are on show at the exhibit curated by @DanThawley at the Qube at PMQ, Hong Kong, which runs until March 26. #BlindForLove
A self-portrait of @petrafcollins, shot for @amagcuratedby#AlessandroMichele and seen in the exhibition focused on intimate portraits by the photographer held at the Qube at PMQ, Hong Kong until March 26. The show curated by @DanThawley is part of an exhibition trilogy taking place in Hong Kong, Beijing and Taipei to celebrate the magazine issue by the #Gucci creative director. #BlindForLove
To the opening night of the exhibit for @amagcuratedby#AlessandroMichele during @artbasel Hong Kong, @tinaleung wore a jacket and skirt with leather ribbon and stripe details and pearl buttons, with a leopard print shoulder bag from #GucciSS17. The wall behind features the magazine cover image of the valley of Civita di Bagnoregio shot by @vanni74. The show, with a focus on intimate portraits by @petrafcollins is held at the Qube at PMQ until March 26, and is part of an exhibition trilogy taking place in Hong Kong, Beijing and Taipei to celebrate the magazine issue by the #Gucci creative director. #BlindForLove.
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Illustration powerhouse @emilianoponzi is the perfect artist to reinterpret the nose-pressed-against-the-glass meme convention with his sweet, storybook aesthetic. Ponzi’s illustration career has taken him from The New Yorker to Le Monde with visual storytelling. For #TFWGucci, he riffs on the iconic Kermit meme, but turns the frog into a bunny, impatiently waiting for the #LeMarchédesMerveilles watch to arrive. @Mytherapistsays delivers the laconic caption to the meme. - Text by @tatianaberg. Discover more through link in bio.
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#TFWGucci @egeislekel appropriates sculptures and paintings from art history to make his graphic works. Both referential and completely contemporary, they delight in the collision of popular culture and fine art. As a visual joke, Islekel superimposes van Gogh’s visage over famous album covers. His #TFWGucci memes play with Neo-Classicist paintings, brought to life by captions from @youvegotnomale and @champagneemojis that namecheck art history as well as 21st century romance. - Text by @helenh0lmes#LeMarchédesMerveilles. Discover more through link in bio.
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#TFWGucci @flamigram cycles through several different media, including water-color painting and sculpture, and her #TFWGucci collaboration is similarly hands-on. Rather than pasting pictures in a digital landscape, she preferred to sculpt clay figures in this artwork: an outstretched hand, clad with rings and a #Gucci#LeMarchédesMerveilles watch, reaches out to touch a statue’s lovely face. Recreated from a #Gucci campaign shoot, the result is sweet, sad, and not a little lonely, like a Giorgio de Chirico painting. Meme by the Internet culture-savvy @cabbagecatmemes. - Text by @helenh0lmes. Read more through link in bio.
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