Gucci‘s preview for the upcoming spring/summer 2016 season has been filled with retro-inspired prints, chiffon structure, and delicate constructions. For their latest lookbook, the luxury label took to the streets of Berlin, Germany, producing a lookbook made in hopes of bringing the 70s party scene to a city that was largely considered to be shutdown during the era. Creative director Alessandro Michele recreates the historic time through the intricately designed collection, bringing a necessary revamp to the brand.
The fashion house brought on photographer Glen Luchford to recreate the vibrant energy that revelers possessed during the disco era, sharing that light with the once dimly lit city. The new spring collection lookbook features vintage prints and bright color schemes – paired expertly with models engaging in reveling debauchery with skateboards, peacocks, and gender-bending bathroom shenanigans. Shot in a various amount of locations throughout Berlin, the lookbook is a solid editorial to honor the youthful chemistry that the 70s era brought about.
Check out Gucci’s Spring 2016 lookbook up top now and get more information about the collection here.
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