The right assortment for Spring: Gucci x Ken Scott


Gucci, an Italian luxurious vogue home, has launched a choice of particular items in its Epilogue assortment incorporating the work of American dressmaker Ken Scott, who resided in Milan within the 60s and 70s, the place he created vibrant patterned materials and line. Designs from Scott’s archive seem on Epilogue’s clothes and accessories for males & ladies.

 

Given the identify ‘the gardener of vogue’ Scott favoured giant scale flowers in his creations together with peonies, roses, poppies and sunflowers. Color and floral patterns outline the appears. The prints flip up unexpectedly on fleeces, on down jackets, night robes, in addition to silk equipment together with headbands and printed on baggage.

 

“Scott was a extremely nice creator of materials,” Alessandro Michele, Gucci’s artistic director, stated in a press launch. “He mapped out flowers with romanticism and flowers into popular culture. He handled flowers like store indicators, he multiplied them, turned them into one thing that stood out. I like his work as a result of I’m obsessive about floral prints.”

 

Launched on February 18 and set in a embellished room full of totally different patterns and floral preparations, a devoted marketing campaign, conceived by Alessandro Michele and shot by photographer Mark Peckmezian, highlighted this vary of items. The Ken Scott patterns had been taken from the merchandise to create and customise the wallpaper, curtains, tablecloths and cushions, remodeling the environment in an awesome world of intense colors and clashing prints.

 

To rejoice the launch of the Ken Scott items, the Gucci podcast will launch a particular episode that includes author, tutorial, critic and professor of vogue cultures and histories at London School of Style on the College of the Arts London Shahidha Bari who narrates a narrative in regards to the American designer’s life, his work and his legacy in modern vogue.

 

The product contains womenswear objects that includes ornamental motifs from Scott’s archive embody a coat, t-shirts, sweatshirts, underwear, a prime, pants, skirts, two blazers, shirts and quite a lot of flowing attire. All are shiny, vibrant and impactful, with an exuberant spirit.

 

Menswear includes a coat, Palace jacket, go well with (cut up into separates), down-padded outerwear, bowling units and tracksuit units.

 

The Gucci Ken Scott collaboration can be utilized to footwear. For males, the look is sporty and informal; a black cotton base material has been printed with contrasting gold lettering – the initials KS and GG – blended with gold and silver flowers. For girls’s footwear and boots there are 4 totally different Ken Scott prints (‘Giardino d’Aprile’, ’Zia’, ‘Jenni’ and ‘Pomponica’), all that includes shiny combos of flowers in several colors, and all detailed with micro Ken Scott and Gucci script logos.

 

Ken Scott’s vibrant floral prints with their ‘70s vibe have additionally been used for silk and mushy equipment and utilized to a wide range of items with totally different features: silk carrés have been developed in several sizes, from small (70×70 cm), to basic (90×90 cm), to maxi (140×140 cm), with a purpose to maximise the visibility of Scott’s prints. Moreover, the provide is accomplished by vibrant ribbons, cosy and refined shawls and stoles, head-bands in lamé or cotton and characterful baseball caps and bucket hats.

 

Right now Ken Scott is a model of Mantero, the famend textile firm, and designs from Scott’s wealthy archive are preserved by the Ken Scott Basis, now based mostly in Como.

Fibre2Fashion Information Desk (JL)

Gucci, an Italian luxurious vogue home, has launched a choice of particular items in its Epilogue assortment incorporating the work of American dressmaker Ken Scott, who resided in Milan within the 60s and 70s, the place he created vibrant patterned materials and line. Designs from Scott’s archive seem on Epilogue’s clothes and accessories for males & ladies.

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