Mimma Viglezio rang up Lou Stoppard to discuss working at the Gucci group, the future of the brand and Alessandro Michele's vision for S/S 16
Lou Stoppard reports on the Gucci show
Report by Lou Stoppard .
For S/S 16, Alessandro Michele continued to throw out the old, and replace it with the, well, old. Gone were the dated blazers, city slicker coats and yacht-life details, replaced with a selection of vintage-look pieces that could have been purchased from some eclectic, obsessive old collector.