Gucci In Collaboration With Harmony Karine For Its Pre-Fall 2019 Lookbook
It a snack filled Italian dream.
Vogue explained that since Alessandro Michele took over as Gucci’s creative director, the outfits are treated as “a sort of mini story unto itself” and that stays true for the Pre-Fall 2019 lookbook that has been shot by director and photographer Harmony Korine.
Harmony Korine, responsible for films like Spring Breaks and Kids and Rihanna’s Needed Me video, collaborated with Gucci to continue the brand’s project about sustaining and promoting sites of cultural heritage around the globe. This collection is shot in archaeological parks of Herculaneum and Pompeii in Southern Italy (UNESCO World Heritage Sites), with models snacking away on sandwiches, crisps and juices.
The display of the collection in this limited-edition book is yet another dive into Gucci’s aesthetic world where baby farm animals make an appearance and snakes are part of the prints and designs, this time it is a mixture of culture and fun—we can’t say it enough, snacks! All putting forward the garments, that are sharply tailored with an “’80’s flavor”. The colors are bright, with orange, baby blue, yellow and green, and the same goes for prints. Prints are seen on suits, jackets, dresses and bags—there are no holdbacks in this collection.
Await the lookbook in the beginning of the year.