Under Creative Director Alessandro Michele’s rein, Gucci’s recent ads have brought us everything from a playful ode to 70s sci-fi films to a series of kitsch classical painting-esque artworks by Spanish painter Ignasi Monreal.
Since Michele’s appointment in 2015, the fashion house has taken a distinctly nostalgic approach to its creative offering, putting a refreshing spin on its longstanding reputation for excess.
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