Bruce Gilden Shot the Gucci Pre-Fall 2020 Lookbook
If Virgil Abloh said that streetwear is on its way out, then Gucci (or more so the brand’s enigmatic yet immeasurably influential creative director Alessandro Michel) is saying that the suit is back. In its latest opulent collection for Pre-Fall 2020, the Italian designer presented a series of fabulously retro tailored looks — think high waisted trousers, funky prints, bell-bottom flares, wide jacket lapels over knit turtleneck sweaters, and other style cues that would look great at a discotheque back when people still called them that. The brand commissioned the legendary New York-based Bruce Gilden to photograph the lookbook, which was shot in Rome in a candid early 00’s street-style format. Take a look at some of the looks below for some New Year’s inspiration now.