The iconic fashion house has seen many faces but today, a deep-rooted sense of modernity is what prevails. Founded in 1921, Alessandro Michele served Gucci for twelve years before he was announced as the label’s new creative director in 2015. Since then, Michele has been completing the hyper-referential transformation he first started two years ago. From soft - often gender-fluid - tailoring to offbeat styling and trademark accessories, like the GG belt and classic slider loafers, every Gucci piece is crafted with sheer precision.