There were go-go boots, oversize keyhole sunglasses, and more A-line skirts than you could shake a stick at in Gucci's Fall 2014 collection, all of which were meant as an homage to '60s style icons.
But for all the clear references to that decade and its sartorial heroes, this collection never felt dated. Perhaps that's down to the fabrication. This luxurious offering didn't skimp on quality, with sweaters and coats cut from pastel-colored furs and dresses in buttery soft leather. It also helped that this collection had undeniably timeless underpinnings. A number of the looks that came down the runway were paired with slim-cut denim — something that will never go out of style.