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.