Watch Gucci’s Women Fall/Winter 2023 Fashion Show

Gucci held its Women’s Fall Winter 2023 fashion show in Milan on Friday.

“The show unfolds within the anatomy of the House,” a release from Gucci about the show reads. “In the inner sanctum of the Gucci Hub, elevators transport the collection through the building to the runway, illustrating the creative process behind any new proposition: from the archives where concepts ignite, through the ateliers where ideas develop, to the runway where new expressions manifest. Surrounded by seats crafted in innovative Demetra material, spherical podiums represent the collaborative circularity at the heart of Gucci’s creative community.”

Watch the event up top and scroll down to see photos from the show.​​​​​​

Photo of model at Gucci Women's fall winter 2023 show

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Photo of model at Gucci Women's fall winter 2023 show

Image via Gucci

Photo of model at Gucci Women's fall winter 2023 show

Image via Gucci

Photo of model at Gucci Women's fall winter 2023 show

Image via Gucci

Photo of model at Gucci Women's fall winter 2023 show

Image via Gucci

Photo of model at Gucci Women's fall winter 2023 show

Image via Gucci

Photo of model at Gucci Women's fall winter 2023 show

Image via Gucci

ASAP Rocky, Julia Garner, Salma Hayek, Sabrina Dhowre Elba, Halle Bailey, and others were in attendance.

Image of ASAP Rocky and Salma Hayek at Gucci show.

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Photo of ASAP Rocky at Gucci fashion show in Milan.

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In other news, the company recently tapped ASAP Rocky, Julia Garner, and Elliot Page for the Gucci Guilty campaign.

Last month, the Italian fashion house creative-director” data-ylk=”slk:tapped;elm:context_link;itc:0″ class=”link “tapped Sabato De Sarno to succeed Alessandro Michele as the brand’s creative director.

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Armani at the heart of new documentary examining the birth of Milan fashion

Giorgio Armani and a slew of fashion CEOs turned out Sunday (Feb 26) for a premiere of the documentary Milano: The Inside Story Of Italian Fashion, by Emmy-winning filmmaker John Maggio.

The documentary gives due credit to Armani for putting Milan ready-to-wear on the map in the 1980s with the creation of the deconstructed jacket that made menswear sexy and relaxed, as epitomised by Richard Gere in American Gigolo.

“Fashion made me grow up and become someone. It was not easy initially, as I didn’t feel up to it, but slowly I gained courage to want to be someone in this adventure,″ Armani said upon arrival at the premiere.

The 88-year-old designer, who presented his latest womenswear collection earlier in the day, received an enormous round of applause at the start of the film, when producer Alan Friedman introduced him to the very-fashion crowd as “the man without whom today Milan would not be the capital of fashion.”

The documentary also recounts the competitive tensions between Armani and his classic elegance and Gianni Versace, who helped fuel the super model era with his more overtly sexy collections.

In the documentary, former Gucci creative director Tom Ford and ex-Gucci CEO Domenico De Sole discuss attempts to merge Gucci and Versace, which ultimately failed after Versace’s 1997 murder under the insistence of his sister, Donatella Versace, that she remain at the creative helm.

In the intervening years, Gucci, along with many other Italian family-run companies have been bought up by French conglomerates, and Versace is now part of the US group Capri Holding. Italy has failed to come up with a fashion group of its own to challenge the French dominance; fashion houses like Armani and Dolce & Gabbana are among those that remain staunchly in family hands.

The documentary is expected

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