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Personally, we think Gucci deodorant would do very well on the market.
While us plebes were still out celebrating Halloween on Saturday night, Hollywood deemed the holiday officially over by dressing to the nines at the LACMA Art + Film Gala 2013. The event was sponsored by Gucci, which means each attendee was dressed better than the next — a considerable fête given that the guest list included Kate Hudson, Salma Hayek, Drew Barrymore, Amy Adams, Zoe Saldana, Leonardo DiCaprio Olivia Wilde, Fergie, Nicole Richie, Camilla Belle, Rosie Huntington-Whitely, and more.
You know how much we adore Grace Kelly’s granddaughter Charlotte Casiraghi, and we also happen to be dog people, so you can imagine how jazzed we were to find the Monegasque beauty starring in her fourth Gucci’s ‘Forever Now’ fragrance campaign alongside a golden retriever and doberman puppy. Yes, male models are always a treat but it’s truly a doggie breath of fresh air (we went there, sorry!) to add some adorable canines to the mix.
Compared to his previous modeling endeavors, which include dressing in drag for Candy and showing his bare ass on the cover of Flaunt, this is pretty tame. It’s also the most humble we’ve ever seen someone look while driving a red convertible and wearing $300 sunglasses.
After seeing the bags from Gucci Men’s Spring 2014 ready-to-wear, we’re even less sympathetic to the murse-phobe’s plight. In fact, we’d take these crazy-chic carryalls off their undeserving hands before you could even say, “Grow a pair.”
There are some fathers out there who have everything. And that’s a tough problem to have come Father’s Day, but fear not offspring of Old Sports everywhere. We’ve done some digging for dads and with the shopping list below, you can skip the Sports Authority and secure gifts to the tune of Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Gucci. If these luxurious sporting goods aren’t to his liking, feel free to send them our way.
It’s shaping up to be a big week for Gucci. Hot on the heels of the epic Chime for Change Sound of Change concert, rumors are swirling that the Italian house is developing a makeup line to launch next year.
Despite its deep pockets, Gucci can’t seem to win against Guess. The luxury label just had its trademark infringement case against the mall brand tossed out in Italian court, adding insult to injury from last year’s legal loss.
Fragrance reviews are silly, but sometimes, fragrance marketing is even sillier. What do “playful pastimes” and “nostalgia” really smell like? So from now on, we’ll be crowdsourcing our own fragrance reviews. Read on to find out what our office thought about the latest sample to land on our desk. This week, we’re testing out Gucci Guilty Black.
The power of celebrity can’t be denied when it comes to drumming up funds and media attention for a cause, and one organization is pulling out all the stops to get their message out.
Tom Ford is a very private person, so when he gives interviews, it’s a big deal. The designer spoke with WWD on a seriously wide array of topics, and what caught our eye was not him talking about his current customers, but his former.
Feeling uninspired this Monday morning? Not to worry: we know just the trick to get you jazzed and ready to channel your inner Beyoncé, Hillary Clinton, and Salma Hayek. Who run the world?
Italian megabrand Gucci will be infiltrating our kitchens soon, apparently. The company has announced plans to acquire Italy’s historical luxury ceramics firm Richard Ginori 1735 SpA, and launch its own line of tableware.
Well, Hermès, we just may have found a buyer for that $91,500 crocodile t-shirt of yours. Buzz Bissinger, author of Friday Night Lights and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, has penned a mind-boggling screed for the April issue of GQ, in which he confesses to a shopping addiction that has, from 2010 to 2012, run him $587,412.97.
Beyoncé isn’t just joining forces with Gucci‘s Chime For Change movement, she’s also headlining the initiative’s televised concert in London this June. Seriously, when does she find time to sleep?
Tune in with us to assess the style choices of Hollywood’s major players at tonight’s Golden Globes ceremony.
Joan Smalls may be in possession of an incredibly enviable leg-length to hip-width ratio, but that didn’t stop Gucci from doing some incredibly ill-advised post-production work on her stems in this otherwise gorgeous ad.
Here we go again… Less than a month after Victoria’s Secret apologized for sending Karlie Kloss down the runway at their annual fashion show in a skimpy Native American-inspired costume, pledging to remove the look from television coverage “out of respect,” another fashionable face donned a headdress and fringe for a public event.