Gentlemen, you have something to look forward to. You won't feel tight in these models. Unfortunately, you probably won't enchant your dream counterpart either.
No fashionable narrow pipes, but white tunics complemented with sneakers, gold earrings and headbands, and colourful suits one size too large. Gucci's collection, referring to Rome, is both a disappointment and a big challenge. Indeed, if laughter really extends life and men start wearing asexual tunics, humanity will be almost immortal!
Fashion should evolve, but Gucci once again reached into history. Do you remember the crazy and colourful hippie style? The brand is betting on it now. According to them, tight denim shorts, tie-dye tops, vests with fringes and above all, long hair will be back in style!
Finally, there is an unidentifiable mixture of materials, prints and cuts. In short, a parade of models in the "whatever is lying around" style. Look carefully at the models in our gallery so that you know what not to wear outside. Unfortunately, Gucci didn't inspire men with this collection.
I haven't really had the same feelings like when watching this GUCCI men's collection for a long time. My husband said after a few photos, "I actually feel a knife opening in my pocket!”
For the past few years, I have become accustomed to the fact that today's designers lack a sense of originality and distinctive style. And so there are infinitely rehashes of trends in the 60s to 90s. But ancient Rome!? That's definitely something!
Giant golden clips, tunics, yellowed goggles set on crazy expressions of half-female models, loose sweatpants or polo ladies' dresses. I would love to see this collection for all men (not just gays) go up in flames!