The Gucci Pre-Fall 2014 collection is made up of quintessential Gucci elements, which range from voluminous forms to bold hues and a mix of masculine and feminine components — this is seen especially in the two footwear choices in the collection: flat loafers and heeled ankle booties.
The Pre-Fall collection features bright pops of color from blue to yellow, fuchsia and orange. The hats, short dresses, prints, and ascots make reference to the 60s in a sleek and contemporary way.
Instead of baring it all this season, the Gucci looks are quite subdued. As well, in place of its iconic monogram, Gucci revived its classic Diamante pattern, which has been a brand signature since about the 1930s. The mix of old and new work incredibly well for this collection, celebrating the Gucci woman of today with a nod to its past.
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