Launched against the backdrop of the hedonism of the 1960s, Gucci’s watches and jewellery has always been a miniature reflection of the brand’s inimitable style. Its recent renaissance, under the creative direction of Alessandro Michele, has cemented this reputation. Whether rendering Gucci’s team colours in plastic or injecting some fun into its fine jewellery with the use of skulls and bees, there has never been a better time to explore this always surprising brand.
Featuring multicoloured moonphases, large resin tigers’s heads that move to reveal secret watches and bangles adorned with padlocks, Gucci’s latest ladies collection is fun and fashion-forward.
Diving watches emblazoned with snarling tigers, dials featuring ghosts and UFOs or just simple elegant styles to be worn with a jacket and tie, there’s no sartorial situation a Gucci man’s watch won’t suit.
As Gucci’s new pieces prove, gold jewellery doesn’t always have to tend towards the classic in style. With motifs including bees, stars and hearts, this is flirtatious, feminine and certainly not staid.
Featuring everything from quirky takes on cufflinks to whimsical charm bracelets and dog-tag necklaces, Gucci’s silver collections are imaginative, stylish and very easy to wear.
From horsebit bracelets and bamboo bezels to serpentine second time-zones, menageries of animals and moonphases in a riot of colours, Gucci’s watches have always taken the best elements of its ready-to-wear collections and translated them into truly desirable timepieces.
Gucci’s jewellery has it all, whether it’s exquisitely set precious pieces or silver ones you just want to wear every day. As with all the brand’s accessories, every collection takes its inspiration from the brand’s clothing arm, running the full gamut from punk to pretty.