Designer: Gucci's creative director, Frida Giannini, who showed the collection by appointment this week.
Inspiration: The captivating colors of a Brazilian sunset combined with the aesthetic of something out of the 1970s, the collection provided glamour with laidback, comfortable appeal. The devastatingly chic uniformity of the line is a result of the fact that each look seems nonchalant and effortless.
Trends: Oversized everything. Wide legged trousers, baggy shirt and blazer pairings, structureless shifts, and flared jumpsuits. Head to toe color combinations, including multiple glittering three-piece 70s style suits and even a beach umbrella patterned matching top and bottom set. Trench style coats and maxi dresses with unfitted sleeves and belted or tied waists.
Palette: gold, blush, and copper metallics, shades of brown and beige, salmon to burnt orange and all the colors in between, berry, navy, emerald, and a slue of sequins.
Who Should Wear It: Tall, lanky models who can pull off the oversized design of each piece as well as the vintage Jerry Hall-esque vibe of the collection.