GUCCI SHOES 

Gucci

What started as a Florentine family shop in 1921 has since turned into a global sensation. Gucci, with its famed double-G logo and green-red stripes, launched with its now-iconic leather luggage, and from there built a luxury empire that spans across everything from women’s, men’s and children’s clothing and accessories, to beauty and home. Now, designer Alessandro Michele is making waves with his quirky-cool vibes, bringing an eclectic free-for-all to the house’s signature patterns, prints and silhouettes.

I am in love with this collection. Obsessed about it! 


Queercore brogue pump

A three strap pump with the textured tiger head front buckle-a unique detail referencing the Greek god Dionysus. The heel is composed of embedded tonal crystals and an in relief snake-an important symbol throughout Gucci’s collections.


Queercore brogue pump



Luna Colorblock Bow 110mm Pump, Blue/Red/Ivory


Floral jacquard buckle ankle boot

http://www.vogue.com/fashion-shows/resort-2017/gucci


Alessandro Michele is an Italian fashion designer and business executive. He was appointed creative director of Gucci in January 2015, and is responsible for all of Gucci’s collections and global brand image.

I have a personal obsession about shoes. I think shoes are a very interesting product, the structure of shoes always fought my attention. They hold our whole bodies in such tiny heels. The perfect balance in Shoes for me are about beauty and comfort. 

Sometime I see beautiful shoes but  not comfortable at all. Well I am in love with Gucci this season. I’m taking this isnpiration to my interior designs for sure. Afterall we are all connected. 

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