Gucci Menswear 2017


Gucci is an Italian luxury brand of fashion, leather goods and was founded by Guccio Gucci in Florence in 1921. It is the biggest-selling Italian brand with more than 280 directly operated stores worldwide. As of January 2015, the creative director is Alessandro Michele. Gucci stores worldwide donate a percentage of the sales for special collections made specifically for UNICEF to go toward the United Nations Children's Fund.

Stretch wool Monaco suit

The Monaco suit is designed with a slim, tapered silhouette and soft, rounded shoulders.

Indigo blue stretch wool

Jacket with half canvas construction, silk lining, two-button closure, notch lapel, front flap pockets and single vent

Pant with on-seam front pockets and back besom pockets

Slim, tapered fit

New Signoria window check flannel suit

The New Signoria, our slimmest-fitting suit, is defined by a shorter jacket and a ticket pocket. Perfect for the modern businessman looking for a refined, structured silhouette.

Blue and sky blue window check flannel

Canvas construction

Micro GG lining

Pant with tab waist and front zip closure, front slash pockets and back welt pockets

New Marseille dot print wool suit

The New Marseille features a slim silhouette and structured shoulders.

Black dots print wool

Notch lapel

Jacket with canvas construction, silk lining, two-button closure, chest welt pocket, front flap pockets and single vent

Pant with tab closure, slash front pockets and back besom pockets

Monaco geometric pattern wool suit

The Monaco suit is designed with a slim, tapered silhouette and soft, rounded shoulders. Characterized by superior craftsmanship, often codes of the House are hidden on garments as special details. The jacket of this suit features an embroidered pierced heart at the interior.

Dark blue wool with geometric pattern

Bordeaux tape details

Jacket with half canvas construction, silk lining, two-button closure, notch lapel and front flap pockets

Heritage tiger jacquard tuxedo

Alessandro Michele continues to exhibit sartorial mastery with an unconventional approach. Gucci's Creative Director channels the powerful energy of the tiger-a symbol thought to represent bravery and strength-weaving it into a silk fabric. The powerful image commands attention against a dark blue base. The Heritage tuxedo, defined by a structured cut, highlights the precious jacquard and is finished with black silk faille trims.

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