Alessandro Michele's collections for Gucci never fail to bring a fresh spirit of eccentricity to luxury fashion. In his time at the Italian house, he has constantly pushed against institutionalized norms in fashion, highlighting the fluidity of identity as well as making bold statements for individualism. For the Spring 2020 show, Michele sent models down a conveyor belt in chilling white, prisonlike looks before showing the actual collection, a sensual and wearable interpretation on the colorful quirk fans have come to expect from the brand. The designer also just staged Gucci's first menswear show in several seasons, so he's riding on a lot of exciting momentum headed into Fall 2020.
Michele invited guests to the Gucci Fall 2020 show via none other than a voice note, in which he encourages invitees to attend if they're "not too busy" (despite, you know, Gucci being any fashion person's priority tomorrow), signing off by blowing a kiss. It was an adorable way to spread word of his show details, but did you know that you're invited too? Whatever Gucci brings to the table this season the audience will surely be consuming each and every detail, and even if you're not at Milan Fashion Week, we've secured you a front-row seat. On Wednesday, February 19 at 9 am EST, simply come back here to watch Gucci's latest arrivals (which just may become your new wardrobe in six months' time) in the streaming portal below.