The Gucci fall 2013 collection debuted with full force at Milan Fashion Week and was filled with daring alternatives which had a fairly explicit seductive component. This time Frida Gianni used the work of sculptor Allen Jones as inspiration and the results definitely carry some of the allure of the artist’s work. Clearly defined proportions, rich tones, bold sheer touches and a dramatic vibe are some of the concepts that made the new Gucci fall 2013 collection stand out.
With a multitude of fab looks, the new Gucci fall 2013 collection is definitely elegant yet has an exquisite edgy twist that can be hard to miss. Well defined proportions, shiny fabrics, hot abstract vibes and patterns are some of the hot options which ultimately demand attention, the new lines abounds in look-at-me-now combos with an edgy vibe. The blend of conservative touches with modern and daring touches is another element which made the new Gucci fall 2013 collection a thought-provoking one. The emphasis on shoulders is one of the season’s most interesting trends which the new line brings into the spotlight.
Prints-wise, the Gucci fall 2013 collection brings the houndstooth motif back into the spotlight. Despite the pattern’s association with classiness, the brand puts a fun spin on mixing it with high impact elements. This season, it seems that the preference for exotic skin texture will be expressed in a more classy and relatively subdued manner, as a simple glam addition that screams for attention but instead manages to be a fun part of the new look. From a chromatic standpoint, things are fairly traditional for the new season: moss green, reddish tones, marron, bold yellow or high impact blue tones.
Channeling sexiness is best done through a fab set of body con dresses with fab slits and interesting oversized coats, at least in the Gucci fall 2013 collection opened up fashionistas’ appetite for more interesting alternatives for the upcoming rainy season. We can’t wait to see more fab looks with a multitude of amazing options from the rest of the Milan Fashion Week show.
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