Everything To Know About Gucci’s FW24 Show

Celebrities turned out for Sabato De Sarno's second collection for Gucci, eager to see where he'd take the Italian house next

Hundreds of kids breathlessly screaming outside a derelict foundry in an industrial neighborhood of Milan on a Friday afternoon? It can only be a Gucci show. Indoors, while an underwater-sounding version of Kelsey Lu’s “I’m Not In Love” played, Kirsten Dunst posed for photos and François-Henri Pinault and Salma Hayek greeted the young actor Sofia Boutella. Other stars, including Solange, Daisy Edgar-Jones and soundtrack maestro Mark Ronson, took their seats in anticipation of what Sabato De Sarno would deliver in his second collection for the Italian house.

First came the boots: over-the-knee horse-riding boots in black, then burgundy and olive green, in a nod to the maison’s equestrian heritage. Giddy up.

Like last season, the cast was filled with new faces, underscoring De Sarno’s recognition that this is an event where careers are launched. They wore delicate lace dresses that were embellished, embroidered and cut in vintage silhouettes. Neatly-tailored blazers paired with short shorts. An eye-grabbing gold necklace from the archive, woven with a ribbon that fell down the models’ backs. All-enveloping wool coats and jackets with sequins that grew denser toward the hem.

De Sarno seems to be on a mission to make Gucci more simple and timeless, and today’s offering proved it’ll be a charm-filled journey.

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