Gucci Collaborates With Singer Harry Styles To Launch His First Fashion Debut.

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Gucci’s creative director, Alessandro Michele, and British singer-songwriter and actor, Harry Styles, are coming together for the launch of an exclusive collection.
Unveiled at Milan’s legendary vintage store Cavalli e Nastri Uomo, the collection stems from the same playful nostalgia for 1970s bohemia that has come to define Michele’s tenure and made Styles a trendsetter. Flared suiting was a nod to “the image of English lords and eccentric people we love”, Michele said, while silk pajama sets appear with elephant, squirrel, and “grumpy bear” motifs designed to be “symbols that make you feel forever young and keep you connected to the things that made you feel free as a kid”.
Harry Styles is having the best laugh and time of his life as he’s set to drop a collection with Gucci that’s aptly called HA HA HA (presumably named after the two who designed the pieces) a play on the initials of ‘Harry’ and ‘Alessandro,’ and the familiar sound of laughter, the collection was inspired by the duo’s friendship and journey.
“Harry has an incredible sense of fashion,” said Michele. "Observing his ability to combine items of clothing in a way that is out of the ordinary compared to the required standards of taste and common sense and the homogenization of appearance, I came to understand that the styling of a look is a generator of differences and of powers, as are his reactions to the designs I have created for him, which he has always made his own; these reactions restore me with a rush of freedom every time.”
Michele and Styles met each other right at the beginning of their careers and immediately generated a relationship.
“The idea of working together came to me one day while we were talking on the phone: I proposed creating a “dream wardrobe” with him, starting from those small oddities that come together in childlike visions,” Michele explained.

“We ended up with a mix of aesthetics from 1970s pop and bohemian to the revision of the image of the gentleman in an overturned memory of men’s tailoring.”

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