February 19th, 2014
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Fashion Is Truly Cyclical

Just when I was thinking that my mink sweatshirt (the very first KiC post) doesn’t look very modern right now and should be tucked away, out trots this almost identical version in the Gucci FW14 show. Love that! Fashion is truly cyclical.

The colors Frida Giannini used in this collection are lovely. And the hair and sunglasses are spot-on.

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Thank you style.com for the instant show images.

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  • Just a correction note, I believe Alessandra is now the head designer for Tods, and Frida Gianini is the designer for Gucci.

    Jill VredikFebruary 19th, 2014  11:26 AM

     
  • Thanks Jill! I put the post up way too quickly…

    PrestonFebruary 19th, 2014  11:32 AM

     
  • This is the first time in a long time that I LOVE a Gucci collection. Love love all the colors, textures and proportions. Fantastic.

    LilahFebruary 19th, 2014  11:59 AM

     
  • Hello,

    Yes, me too it’s a while ago since I love a Gucci collection. The use of all these colors is beautiful and the sunglasses are perfect.

    AudreyFebruary 19th, 2014  12:50 PM

     
  • This collection is perfect.
    After reading your first post, Preston, I now have a fur sweatshirt on my list for Fall 2014.
    Gorgeous colors too.
    Want.

    Mme DirectriceFebruary 20th, 2014  6:54 PM

     
  • WSJ magazine recently featured the couple on charge of design for Gucci, who have taken the label back to it’s classic roots. Appears they know what they are doing! I am digging that leather skirt–I had one, a ‘hip hugger,’ that I wore to cotillion in 9th grade . . . recalling this silly fact is proof positive of the emotional connection so many of us have with our clothes.

    PaulaFebruary 21st, 2014  1:10 AM

     

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