3 Ways Fashion Brands Are Trying Hard to Look Gucci in 2018
1. Flora & Fauna Embroidery Patchworks
Since early 2010s majoritarian designers boasted how they’re hardcore minimalist and they found liberation in oneness – all that on backdrop of Normcore phenomenon, which in few years evolved into Athleisure with sportswear influences. Bold & colourful flora and fauna patchwork was the last element to be relevant in that design direction. But then, Alessandro Michelle happened to Gucci, and now several self-proclaimed Bollywood celebrity stylists to other heritage authentic labels are incorporating flora and fauna embroidery & patchworks to look as Gucci as possible. Their minimalism got Guccified – Flowers, honeybees, snakes are everywhere in 2018 clothing.
ROSES ARE RED,
SUIT MODIFIED IN BLUE,
TROUSERS ARE SHORTER,
& THEY THOUGHT WORLD WON’T KNOW?
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2. Green & Red Combo
Gucci is an Italian luxury brand founded in Florence in 1921. It only comes naturally for the brand to position green and red colour combinations as a major branding identity. It only comes naturally to unoriginal minds to flood their collections with green-red combos. Trying hard to look G-U-C-C-I?
3. Multi-Coloured Stripes
Multi-coloured stripes on hems, collars, plackets, shoes, bags and other accessories – are a major Gucci 2018 revolution. But then stripes are stripes and stripes are easiest to replicate and getaway with. Hence, it’s the most copied Gucci element in 2018.