Collection: Gucci

Founded in 1921 by Guccio Gucci in Florence, Gucci began as a humble leather goods store. The brand gained prominence in the 1950s and 1960s, captivating Hollywood stars and jet-setters with its sophisticated designs and iconic logos. Tom Ford’s appointment in 1994 turned a new leaf for the brand and introduced a bold and provocative aesthetic, redefining the brand's image with daring designs such as the "Gucci G" string and the sensual cut-out dresses. His influential Gucci collections showcased sleek tailoring, sensual fabrics, and a sophisticated allure that became synonymous with the brand's revival. Ford's vision for Gucci extended beyond clothing, as he oversaw the expansion into fragrance and accessories, creating iconic products like the Gucci Bamboo bag and the Flora scarf. Today, Gucci continues to draw inspiration from Ford's era, infusing the brand's heritage with a contemporary and provocative spirit.