A Flurry of Florals meets Japanese Denim with GUCCI HANA
Italian luxury brand Gucci will be taking over the Central Hall of Nihombashi Mitsukoshi this month with an exclusive collection limited to Japan and a line-up of items limited to Mitsukoshi and Isetan. Themed GUCCI HANA, the collection builds on Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele's vision of a Gucci Garden, which fuses Michele's love of nature that spans the natural world with everything from birds, tigers and snakes finding their place amongst arresting designs. Now looking to Japan, and named after the Japanese word for flower, this capsule collection is a marriage between Gucci's eclectic florals and Japanese denim across a range of clothes, handbags, shoes and smaller accessories, all rendered in quality denim that represents the epitome of Japanese craftsmanship, as well as other items such as scarfs and shirts in other materials including fine silk.
Visitors to the store will find Alessandro Michele's romantic and mysterious world view well-represented in a special limited shop space in the Central Hall designed to complement the collection. Across the line-up you will find sumptuous florals picked out in embroidery, prints and appliqué, punctuating designs you might not expect in denim such as clutches, hand-bags and even shoes. The line-up includes both men's and women's that takes you from casual everyday to floral party shirts and bespoke suits. In addition, there is a chance to preview and order items from the ready to wear collection for the coming season.
Beyond the limited shop in the Central Hall you will find even more to discover on the third floor in another dedicated event space where you will find more designs to put you in the mood for florals and see you all the way through summer in Gucci's quintessential style. Don't miss this chance to see this exclusive collection for yourself.
GUCCI HANA Collection
Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Building 1F, Central Hall
May 17th - 23rd, 2017
In addition a parallel exhibition will be held on the 3rd floor of the Main Building from May 17th to June 6th.