The newly renovated Gucci Garden by the Florence-based trend big has opened this January kicking off an thrilling begin to 2018.
Housed within the historic 14th century Palazzo della Mercanzia simply off fundamental sq., Piazza della Signoria, it’s a sensory wonderland celebrating the style home’s nearly 100-year historical past.
Designed by present Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele, six areas are devoted to an ‘exploration of the eclectic creativity that lies at the very heart of the [fashion] House.’ Rooms are themed showcasing a curated number of objects courting again to the label’s launch and embody current work, memorabilia and up to date artwork. Clothing, equipment, video installations, paintings, paperwork and artefacts are displayed over the 2 flooring in a energetic and interactive expertise.
All previous Gucci designers are represented together with new inventive collaborations together with with famed Italian chef Massimo Bottura who has taken the helm of the Gucci Osteria, an intimate restaurant on the bottom ground of the palazzo the place the three-Michelin-star chef has created a menu of iconic Italian dishes with up to date twists open for all-day eating from noon.
The floor ground additionally homes a retail house with unique merchandise designed for the Gucci Garden and never on sale in another Gucci shops with a number of one-of-a-kind creations that function the brand new Gucci Garden Gothic script. Pieces from the Gucci Décor assortment are additionally on the market, as is a number of magazines and books curated by Rome-based, Antica Libreria Cascianelli.
Florence has an illustrious trend heritage and the re-launch of the most recent museum within the metropolis devoted to the craftsmanship of effective tailoring and artisan workmanship solely provides to town’s inventive attraction making this a must-see house for any trend lover when subsequent within the Tuscan capital.
By Nardia Plumridge