Gucci just presented its Fall/Winter 2018 show at Milan Fashion Week. Gucci’s Milan headquarters was transformed into an operating theater to host the show.
As stated on Gucci’s Instagram, “The concept reflects the work of a designer—the act of cutting, splicing and reconstructing materials and fabrics to create a new personality and identity with them.”
Alessandro Michele, creative director of Gucci, showcased his latest collection introducing one of the label’s most unorthodox collections to date. A host of quirky accessories complemented the looks, which were near all detailed with everything from Gucci’s signature florals to logos from Paramount Pictures and the New York Yankees.
Surprisingly, models walked the runway with severed head replicating themselves, alongside dragons and lizards. Models were sent down the runway in all sorts of headwear from balaclavas, masks, headscarves, to elaborated hats.