Gucci's green skirt is printed with a floral pattern lifted from the archives of Ken Scott, an American designer active in the 1960s and 1970s who moved to Milan to develop printed fabrics. It's crafted in Italy from cotton blended with linen to a defined A-line silhouette, accented by an appliqué patch above the hem and finished with retro-tinged red buttons.
Hottest heritage brand on the fashion radar right now, Gucci is redefining modern luxury under new creative director Alessandro Michele’s visionary command. See the collection in Vogue, Tatler and many others.
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