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Gucci Blew Us Away With Its Creative Collaborations

Alessandro Michele knows the intensity of a coordinated effort, and Gucci and its inventive chief have pushed limits of late with a large group of joint efforts with the absolute best global creatives. In the event that you visited Gucci’s Melbourne store in September, you can’t have neglected to see the shocking Le Marché des Merveilles establishment, which praised the dispatch of the adornments gathering of a similar name, with eccentric delineations by craftsman Phannapast Taychamaythakool. At that point there’s the Unskilled Worker gathering, or, in other words of the meeting up of the brand and a UK craftsman. Furthermore, anticipating 2018, Gucci is teaming up with New York’s Dapper Dan, who came to notoriety during the 1980s and was working high design into streetwear path before Kanye West.

Art and fashion go hand in hand, and Gucci’s use of illustrator Phannapast Taychamaythakool’s fairy tale-like paintings in its Le Marché des Merveilles installation has us mesmerised.  The installations have been displayed at selected Gucci stores around the world, and were created to resemble mini theatres containing Taychamaythakool’s illustrations. They’re then decorated with jewellery from the collection, which includes necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings in gold or sterling silver adorned with precious stones and enamel.

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