Soft Leather Moccasins
Inspired by the prestigious history of the house and its new conception of femininity, the bottle Gucci by Gucci is designed to capture the true spirit of tradition Gucci while conveying a modern and sensual atmosphere. Used on large handbags stitched saddle, the horse bit into the vocabulary of Gucci during the fifties. Since then, the bit has been miniaturized and maximized to become part of leather, a fine print on the suede and velvet, a monogram printed on silk or a piece of jewelry. With the horse bit, the Gucci loafer is a classic essential that resists time. In 1953, the jaws olive is introduced as a decorative element on the moccasins of soft leather and comfortable, brown or black for gentlemen. They are worn with panache by Clark Gable, John Wayne and Fred Astaire, and when the female version appears in 1968, keen on fashion, looking for comfort without sacrificing elegance, adopt it immediately. Lauren Bacall, among other celebrities, do not leave more and everyday wear. Today, Frida Giannini takes a new look at the bit. She chose a print at will represent the interleaved bits or famous red and blue grounds that the house of Gucci used on the shoulder bags, shoes and silk blouses, in 1969-70. Then she throws it in miniature on the sleek dresses or out of proportion on travel bags. All this with a renewed femininity and style, which inaugurated a new chapter in the extraordinary saga of the creation from Gucci. Based on the original signature of Guccio Gucci, Gucci signature appeared for the first time on Gucci products in the late forties. The idea is simple, brilliant and totally timeless, comes straight from the stables. Inspired by the strap used to attach the canvas horse saddles, the famous green ribbon, red and green, chosen in the early fifties, became an essential part of the house Gucci. In 1961, a 15 cm strip showing off a prototype bag "Jackie O". The house Gucci already using this decorative element on the elegant suitcases fifties. In the sixties, the band has evolved over the shoulder handbag, and it appeared on the belts and clothing. Used on beige trapeze skirts of the seventies and bikinis twenty-first century, it became an abbreviated version of the visual identity of Gucci. . . .