No denying the sartorial Renaissance that is Alessandro Michele’s Gucci. His synthesis of vintage meets pop-culture has become a defining narrative of the fashion industry. (Case in point: horse bit slip-on) Fresh off the Milan catwalk, we turn to the brand’s latest cult-coveted collection for holiday design inspiration.
Throughout the joyous, seven-day festival of Sukkot, the Sukkah hut is designated as our temporary home. Dining and socializing outdoors, we welcome the tradition of infusing the holiday space with some zsa zsa zsu. What better to serve as blue print for Sukkah-scape than Spring ’17 fairy-tale tulle and embellished motif? Here, elements of ornamentation matched to a maximalist runway prove the obvious: Guccification is always a good idea. Chag Sameach!