Harry Styles Returns in a New Tailoring Campaign for Gucci
And he looks gorgeous photographed at the Gardens of Villa Lante.
Harry Styles, last seen in a fish and chip shop in north London, travels to Villa Lante outside of Rome for the Men’s Tailoring Cruise 2019 campaign.
The Campaign shot by Glen Luchford in the gardens of Villa Lante outside of Rome.
Mixing pattern, patches and proportions—and a tiger head brooch inspired by a vintage Hattie Carnegie design
The new Gucci Cruise 2019 tailoring collection contrasts against the villa’s cascades, fountains, sculptures and grottoes.
Gucci Tailoring at Villa Lante
A Mannerist garden of surprise near Viterbo, central Italy, attributed to Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola).
Villa Lante did not become so known until it passed to Ippolito Lante Montefeltro della Rovere, Duke of Bomarzo, in the 17th century, when it was already 100 years old.
Last seen in a fish and chip shop in north London, travels to Villa Lante outside of Rome for the Men’s Gucci Tailoring campaign designed by creative director Alessandro Michele.
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Harry in a jacquard Heritage jacket with embroidery details, crystal-embellished tiger heads and a brooch with cameo motif—inspired by late 19th century designs.
Gucci and Details
Pictured with a lamb, Harry outfitted in a mouliné bee check jacket, an oxford tailored shirt and a silk scarf with floral print.
He also wears a twill jacket, silk crêpe shirt and oversized cross necklace. Across the beautiful Gardens. The Collection available online and on stores.
Details and patterns mix in the new looks from the collection, including bees on a check jacket and the G on cropped tailored pants, worn with low top sneakers featuring a Web stripe.
Art is the way humanity documents itself. Through this group of works, we can see how artists view not just their subjects, but their societies and civilizations.
The Art of Beauty
Devoted to its vision of the world of beauty—guided by creative director Alessandro Michele.
Gucci launches new account @guccibeauty with a series of artworks that traverse history as well as gender, culture, and geography.
The artworks are curated from museums, galleries, and private collections, including the Uffizi in Florence, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, and the Musee des Beaux-Arts in Reims.
Collaborators have also contributed art, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), which recently featured in the #TimetoParr campaign, and Chatsworth House, where Gucci supports exhibitions.