Fashion Girls Everywhere Will Want a Piece of Gucci's New Graffiti Collab
Gucci's Alessandro Michele didn't just roll out a colorful collection we can picture on the red carpet. For Fall '16, he collaborated with street artist GucciGhost, aka Trouble Andrew, appealing to the playful customer who's more bold than classic.
Andrew began putting his own spin on the iconic GG logo after cutting two holes in a thrifted Gucci sheet on Halloween and telling everyone he was the "Gucci Ghost." Since then, he's covered walls, trash cans, and his own Instagram feed with his signature handwritten print. And when Michele, who was nothing but flattered by the graffiti, invited Andrew to decorate pieces for his new line, Gucci Ghost showed up to the studio like it was NBD, crafting what are sure to be must-have pieces on every style star's wish list.
Read on to get a first look at the Gucci Ghost designs while they're hot off the runway, from a patterned pleated midi skirt and an edgy statement coat to a leather tote and square satchel.