If the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Menswear Collection by Gucci had a major success with their clothing and came as one of the best shows for this season, the accessories are even better. Not only the models looked fabulous but every single item touched perfection. The accessories came from sunglasses to all kinds of bags and of course, shoes. Check out next what this season has prepared in accessories with Gucci!
15 May, 2010
Gucci's Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Collection came strong with eccentric pieces that captured a new perspective for a new season in the fashion chapter. Men can rely on Gucci for perfection and elegance in every piece that Frida Giannini creates.
With a background specialised in leather goods, the Gucci fashion label has made a huge mark over this industry with their attractive and powerful detailing in their designs. This time for the next season, Frida Giannini takes the lead by creating outstanding pieces in accessories for men. Going for business wear in most of the pieces, the elegant leather is to die for, whether we're talking about shoes or bags.
The thematic of this collection puts in value an independent business man with an elegant and valuable appearance that stands out though personality expressed through style. Leather comes first in accessories in Gucci's collection and details come further than any time, with luxurious appeals, the accessories are diverse and elegant.
The shoes in the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Collection by Gucci, present a flash-back in time with details that bring the old days back, vintage comes next to Gucci's trend mark, their unique leather. Alligator leather print on shoes and bags too, shows luxury and formality along with fashion statement.
The bags in this collection come oversized, perfect for the business style and some of them for travelling. Their details come in animal prints, alligator and leather. Their appearance is bold to keep up with the rest of the collection.
In sunglasses, Gucci's Fall 2010 brings for men the classical aviator sunglasses in plastic frames or some more structural perfectly combined with a business suit.
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