"Futurism, cutouts, sports mix, and evening wear: main Gucci's show trends in Seoul."

Futurism, cutouts, sports mix, and evening wear: main Gucci’s show trends in Seoul.

“Look at the bright new releases the brand showcased in the capital of South Korea.

Last night in Seoul, Gucci presented its new cruise collection. The luxurious hall of the Gyeongbokgung Palace showcased outfits designed for k-pop artists and the South Korean audience. In other words, we witnessed a plethora of vibrant colors, sparkles, sequins, futuristic elements, and unconventional details.”

“The models at the show wore flowing dresses over wetsuits, and sporty bike shorts were paired with cropped double-breasted jackets. The design team at Gucci also paid special attention to unique and chunky footwear, Gucci monogram surfboards, and creative skateboard bags. But which trends turned out to be the coolest and most wearable? Scroll below and see! 👇

Chain Belts

Chain Belts

Hello, 2000s fashion! Trends from twenty years ago are making a strong comeback in our lives, which is why Gucci’s show featured many chain belts adorning low-waisted skirts and oversized coats.

Shoulder Cutouts

Shoulder Cutouts

Hip and even belly cutouts no longer surprise anyone. But shoulder cutouts? Now that’s something new! It looks fresh and far from boring. Definitely worth taking note of.

Sports and Evening Wear Mix

Sports and Evening Wear Mix

As always, the creative minds at Gucci suggest combining purely sporty elements (tops, suits) with floor-length evening skirts and opera gloves for the new season. Hoodies with sparkling trousers and bike shorts with dressy jackets are also in the mix. Say goodbye to stereotypes!

Futuristic Sunglasses

Futuristic Sunglasses

This accessory has made appearances on the runway before. However, Gucci‘s show in Seoul is yet another clear confirmation that these unusual futuristic sunglasses are rapidly gaining popularity. Let’s add them to the wish list!”

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