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“This Collection Is a True Act of Love”—Alessandro Michele on His Gucci Ha Ha Ha Collab With Harry Styles

Gucci’s Alessandro Michele and Harry Styles are a fashion match made in heaven. Their friendship goes way back: “We’ve known each other for such a long time, and our shared obsession for fashion is what has drawn us together,” Michele said at today’s Milan press conference for the launch of the Gucci Ha Ha Ha collection, which they sort of co-designed. It will bow in the brand’s stores from mid-October.
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Harry Styles Is Designing a Collection for Gucci With Alessandro Michele

Click here to read the full article. Harry Styles can now add “fashion designer” to his already-impressive resume. On Monday (June 2o), Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele revealed during a press conference that he and Styles have joined forces to create a series of 25 looks for their HA HA HA collection (named by combining Michele and Styles’ first initials). According to The Wall Street Journal, the collection will formally arrive in Gucci stores in October. And of course, the looks will be somewhat reflective of the “As It Was” singer’s personal, red carpet, and performance style: “sport coats with meaty...
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Alessandro Michele Subverts the Fashion Show With Gucci Dallas Space

The parlance of the fashion show is inherently in-person and mobile: runway, catwalk. So, what to do when a pandemic renders that dynamic temporarily unfeasible? Gucci’s prolific creative director, Alessandro Michele, had some ideas of course involving mid-century design icons, shag carpeting, and vintage cars, and nowhere were they better on display than at Gucci Dallas Space.

‘This place is a stargate between earth and sky!’: dreaming big with Gucci’s Alessandro Michele

T — here is a philosophy class on the Harvard curriculum this semester, under associate professor Emanuele Coccia, called The Ego in Things: Fashion As a Moral Laboratory. The syllabus, which examines the role of fashion in shaping identity and illustrating culture, includes an essay bythe late designer Virgil Abloh, and an episode of The Simpsons made in collaboration with Balenciaga, but particular focus is given to Alessandro Michele, the creative director of Gucci. This week Michele, who recently attended the Met Gala twinning with Jared Leto, right down to matching diamante hair barrettes, showed his latest collection, Cosmogonie, at a 13th-century Puglian castle. The influences he cited were not the usual style references – Audrey Hepburn, say, or Cristóbal Balenciaga – but Hannah Arendt, the Holocaust survivor and political theorist who coined the phrase “the banality of evil”, and critical theorist Walter Benjamin.

Jared Leto Twins With Alessandro Michele at the Met Gala

The last time Jared Leto showed up on the Met Gala red carpet, he was carrying an exact replica of his own head. This year, he showed up with a full-on twin—in the form of Gucci designer Alessandro Michele. Leto, of course, may be the single biggest celebrity muse associated with Michele’s run at Gucci, and almost exclusively wears the brand’s clothing on the red carpet. Of course, the fact that the pair have begun to resemble each other hasn’t been lost on the fashion crowd either, and apparently the pair don’t mind the comparisons.

Jared Leto joins Gucci’s Alessandro Michele in matching suits at Met Gala

Jared Leto dressed in matching suits with Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele at the 2022 Met Gala. The actor and musician appeared alongside Michele at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday (May 2), wearing matching cream-coloured Gucci tuxedos with identical bow ties, clutch bags and hair styles for this year’s theme, ‘In America: An Anthology of Fashion’.

What Alessandro Michele Thought After Seeing ‘House of Gucci’

Click here to read the full article. With its all-star cast, “Godfather”-like, soap opera plot and sumptuous costumes, “House of Gucci” has been a pop culture hit. Though many critics panned the film, Lady Gaga garnered a Golden Globe nomination for her somewhat cheesy portrayal of Patrizia Reggiani, who spent 18 years in prison for hiring a hitman to murder her ex-husband and Gucci house scion Maurizio Gucci (played by Adam Driver in the film).More from WWDFront Row at Gucci RTW Fall 2022Sportmax Pre-Fall 2022Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Pre-Fall 2022 When current Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele presented his “Love Parade” collection...

Must Read: Gloss Angeles Podcast Joins Refinery29, Interviews With Alessandro Michele and Matthieu Blazy

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday. Refinery29 announced on Friday that the Gloss Angeles podcast, run by the site's beauty director Sara Tan and journalist Kirbie Johnson, onto its roster through a long-term licensing partnership, per WWD. "We complement each other. R29 has the scale and both Sara and Kirbie have the expertise. I think they already have this established and engaged audience and the expertise not just in the subject area, but in different formats," Refinery29 editor-in-chief Simone Oliver told the publication. {WWD}
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Go inside Gucci with creative director Alessandro Michele

You don't need to speak much Italian to know the word Gucci. For 100 years, the brand with its double G logo has been synonymous with opulence, understated luxury and over-the-top prices. Tonight, we're going to introduce you to Alessandro Michele, Gucci's creative director. In the seven years since he...

Gucci Designer Alessandro Michele Talks About Those Freaky Heads From His Infamous Runway Show

Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele brought us back to his controversial 2018 runway show in an interview with 60 Minutes, where he addressed his idea to have models carry wax replicas of their own heads. Most will remember when brand muse Jared Leto repurposed the move at the 2019 Met Gala, but Michele took us back to the origin of the concept. "I was in the crazy idea that when you are a teenager you are growing," he said. "You have to care about your personality. It was like a way to say that you were carrying yourself. It is not easy, you know? Because sometimes you try to be someone else."