Gucci - Full Coverage Of Fall 2009

Milan’s arch-eighties enthusiast, Frida Giannini presented a collection of clothing inspired by power pop Pet Shop Boys’ “It’s Alright”; the brightest face that new wave ever offered to the world. The sparkly, taut petite jacquard suits, the primary-colored shirts (Kelly green a picky reminder for Those Who Were There) teamed with lean ties, the tonic jeans, the leopard-print knits, the two-tone loafers, the checkerboard trim on a cardigan…all brought back the recollections flooding. Be it the Lurex or the leggings, or even the Lurex leggings; Frida didn’t let pass a ploy. She even administered a coat in a maroon mélange that has eloped since the sun set on Danceteria.

To increase the dilemma, Giannini also minimized the previously condensed sizes of her menswear to an optimistically petite point. There was amazing appeal in jackets in pony or python with biker-zip detailing. Similarly, the determined extravagant element: glossy astrakhan, palette-sprinkled nutria.
Mark Ronson seen in the session sporting a red suit, sitting in the front row, comments, “After the first four outfits, I was thinking, I’d wear that, literally the whole outfit,” after the show concluded. He was enjoying as Frida had revealed the Klaxons and the Mystery Jets as muse in her show notes. “I’m friends with those guys, so I was trying to work out which band member would wear what.”
Here are the pictures of the ensemble especially for the boys who are most likely to want these clothes.

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