We’re finally here with our first look at Gucci’s Spring/Fall 2016 Spring/ Summer 2016 Spring Collection.
And it’s absolutely beautiful.
The new collection is inspired by the work of Italian sculptor Gianni Versace, who is considered the father of modern streetwear.
There’s a ton of colors, from bold orange, to muted pink, to a deep coral-blue.
Gucci also dropped the “L” in Versace on the front of the jackets, but we’re going to focus on the color “Green.”
This one is a big deal for Gucci because it’s the only color on the collection that actually has a name.
The brand also used the word “Green” to promote the collection.
This is an incredibly bold color.
As you can see in the photo below, the jacket’s sleeves are all “Green,” a nod to Versace’s work.
It’s also a big statement in the new collection.
You’ll notice that this jacket has two different styles of laces: a high-waisted and a slim, with a small “V” in the center.
In other words, there’s a difference between this and the other Versace jackets.
The “V”-shaped laces in the jacket are meant to be worn on the sleeves and also the front pocket, while the other two are meant for the back pocket.
Versace himself also created the first laces, which he wore in his signature “L.”
The jacket’s laces are a big departure from previous Versace releases, but the company is making a bold statement with this collection.
It also makes me feel like Gucci is trying to make a statement with its new style.
The jacket is a high waist and low-cut, which has a modern, clean look to it.
It has a slim cut, with pockets that are not too large.
The back pockets are on the left side of the jacket, while both the front and back pockets on the right side are on top.
It doesn’t have a high pocket in the front, which is more of a fashion statement than a practical choice.
The colors are all a nice contrast to the muted color scheme, which reminds me a lot of Versace and is a pretty great choice for Guccis Spring/ Fall collection.
The jackets look good, and the construction is pretty good too.
The colorway is super soft, and it’s not the most breathable jacket I’ve seen yet.
I also like that it’s made of wool, which I’m not a big fan of.
I’m always looking for ways to improve the fit of my jackets, so I appreciate Gucci for trying something different and not making the jacket too large, but not too small.
The hoodie is a nice touch too.
It comes in two versions: the classic black with a red bow and the more modern grey with a white bow.
Both are flattering, and I’m excited to see what Gucci will do with the hoodie in the future.
The leather on the jacket is also good.
It feels like the same leather used on previous Versaces, and there’s no issues with the stitching.
It looks sturdy, but it doesn’t feel too heavy.
The laces on the back of the hood are also really nice.
I actually prefer the way the laces feel.
They’re quite firm, but they’re not too loose.
The stitching on the hood also has a nice quality, as you can clearly see in this photo.
It makes the jacket look more modern and modern, which also makes it look more tailored than it really is.
Overall, the Gucci Fall/Summer Spring/Suite is a very good jacket.
It’ll be a good choice for anyone looking for a stylish, modern take on classic Gucci silhouettes.