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08.09.17

Gucci Décor Dinner

A private dinner was held at New York City’s Bergdorf Goodman on Wednesday (September 6) to introduce Gucci Décor. If the bold yellow wainscoting and hyper-printed wallpaper were any indication, the Gucci fashion statements would follow in similar audacious style—and they did.

Soko: Never one to wear anything too tame, Soko wore a sufficiently busy Gucci Fall 2017 patchwork design. Yet, I would say it was her metallic flatform shoes and the large handbag that contributed her more daring, style-forward sensibility to the look.

Xin Li: Xin wore this Gucci Fall 2017 vibrantly patterned frock quite well, but the nude pumps were such a snooze in comparison that I question why not a more colourful pair? They did ensure all attention stayed on the dress, though. You may recognize this dress, as it was previously worn by Salma Hayek.

Kelsey Lu: This ’70s-inspired Gucci Fall 2017 yellow jacquard power suit is hard to forget, so you will likely remember Adwoa Aboah wore it previously.

Cleo Wade: There was certainly no personality lacking in this Gucci Spring 2017 outing that married a retro club-kid vibe with youthful Parisian flair.

Leandra Medine: In another strange meshing of styles, this Gucci Pre-Fall 2017 T-shirt and denim skirt ensemble was topped off with a granny-chic finish in the sweater jacket and straw bag.

Giovanna Battaglia: You know the looks have been giving you sensory overload, when even rainbow stripes look minimal. But I loved Giovanna’s Gucci Fall 2017 ensemble that provided a break from the wash of florals and patchwork.

Tamu McPherson: Tamu’s Gucci Fall 2017 dress had a distinct Asian inspiration, with pink metallic shoes rounding out the look.

Bryan Boy: Never one to skip a moment to rock a bold statement, Bryan Boy was positively blooming in this Gucci Fall 2017 floral three-piece suit styled with a chic logo shoulder bag. The black cuffs on the pants, in partnership with the black shoes, did shorten the leg line rather significantly.

Tina Leung: From the heavily embroidered flowers, to the sheer lace, to the extravagance of the ruffled bell sleeves and flared hem, there was a lot going on with this Gucci Fall 2017 gown. But, even with her mauve handbag and shoes, Tina managed it all rather effortlessly, refusing to let the outfit wear her.

Credit: Getty/Gucci

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11 Responses to Gucci Décor Dinner

  1. Caroline September 8, 2017 at 14:33 #

    I hate present Gucci. From this bunch I’ll take Leandra, Giovanna and Tina.

  2. Hermoine September 8, 2017 at 13:46 #

    I agree with all the comments above and add Soko’s hair looks so dirty!

  3. Marie September 8, 2017 at 10:04 #

    I like Xing best, I think the nude pumps were just the right choice (and looking back at Salma wearing it, I feel more certain of that).

    Second place is Giovanna, because her earrings don’t belong to this jacket at all. If I hadn’t noticed the rainbow-ish pattern on them I would’ve guessed she changed outfits last minute and forgot about the earrings.

    The rest is just, like, I guess some are actually well thought out, but they just make me want to look away as soon as I see them. Way too much.

  4. Alina September 8, 2017 at 05:07 #

    Giovanna looks the most sane of them all.

    • Schoolbea September 8, 2017 at 09:11 #

      You’re so right! At some point sanity/insanity does come to mind.
      This is the definition of sensory overload and randomness. No no no.

  5. Pheephee September 8, 2017 at 03:58 #

    Gucci makes some awful looking clothes by the looks of this dinner. The mashup of colors and patterns are truly hideous to my eyes.

  6. Crystalline September 8, 2017 at 03:56 #

    Such an eyesore.

  7. JHH September 8, 2017 at 03:20 #

    I too love color and prints but this post shows the fugliest collection of outfits that I have seen in a very long time. Definitely clown clothes.

    • JHH September 8, 2017 at 03:23 #

      This is what fashion victims look like.

  8. meme September 8, 2017 at 03:18 #

    Fashion is dead. So much fug. I miss the real designers who made beautiful clothes that made women look elegant AND sexy.

  9. CreoleLady September 8, 2017 at 03:06 #

    I normally love color and lots of it but … my eyes hurt. Too many patterns and an unfortunate backdrop. This is all visual noise to me.

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