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Gucci unveils F/W looks for children and newborns
Jan '15
The Italian fashion and leather goods brand Gucci has unveiled its latest Fall/Winter childrenswear collection inspired from the 1970s.

Replete with pop colours, multi-coloured graphics, and Nordic and military references, the range offers an elegant yet versatile mix of modern and classic looks.

For girls, the line features original jacquard, merino and mohair blend knitwear with soft volumes, Mongolia-neck sheepskin jacket, ribbed knits and outerwear with metallic buttons. Adorned with Swarovski crystals, pearl embellished embroideries, prints of eclipse and camouflage leaves, and polka dots with watercolour effects, the eveningwear collection includes tulle dresses and macramé intarsia velvet pieces.

The collection’s entries for boys feature the strong graphics of Ivy and military. Based on a palette of navy, red, gray, green mixed with lively hues of yellow and orange, the range offers back-to-school proposals like wool jackets embellished with patches and grosgrain trimming, and yarn-dyed ‘heritage’ outfits that reinterpret the traditional Oxford pinstripes, paired with denim shirts. The outerwear features double-breasted uniform coats, duffles, leather biker and aviator jackets, and vintage parkas with removable warmers. The eveningwear collection showcases velvet, grosgrain ribbon and metal button embellished tuxedos.

The Newborn Line (for babies from 0 to 36 months of age) reinterprets the season’s inspiration through the use of warm, eco-friendly comfy materials like regenerated cashmere and organic cotton, enhanced with graphics and iconic details.

For baby girls, brightly coloured, eclipse print decorated ensembles, elegant coats with gold piping, vintage-style parkas and sheepskin pieces with printed lining. Also, T-shirts with watercolour dots and cute bear and raccoon stylizations, and pleated tulle, crepe and velvet dresses with Swarovski crystals and delicate pearl embroideries have formed a part of the tiny fashionista’s wardrobe.

For little boys, the collection offers merino wool jacquard, textured fabrics and regenerated cashmere made knitwear, denim trousers in different washes, corduroy pieces and wool silhouettes.

In addition to the tiny apparels for children and infants, the new range also includes a skiwear line specially dedicated to high-altitude adventures. Made using technical, high performance materials, the ergonomic collection showcases functional details on ski suits, pants and jackets along with an array of inlaid knits featuring fluorescent details and warm, techno-pile sweaters with mountain prints in bright tones of fuchsia, red and blue.

Founded in 1921, Gucci owns about 278 directly operated stores worldwide. The brand is part of the Gucci Group, which is owned by French company Kering formerly known as PPR.

Established in 1963, Kering is a French multinational company that develops and distributes an ensemble of powerful luxury, sport and lifestyle brands, such as Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, McQ and Balenciaga, in some 120 countries. (PB)

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