Arriving just in time for summer.
Florence is the birthplace of the luxury fashion house, Gucci, it is also the place of the brand’s Garden Galleria, an exhibition conceived by the label’s Creative Director, Alessandro Michele, as a way of the house encapsulating their creative vision, and now we have news that two new rooms are set to arrive just in time for summer.
Specifically, the space is located at the historic Palazzo della Mercanzia in Florence’s Piazza della Signoria and currently features exhibition spaces produced by the critic and curator Maria Luisa Frisa, a restaurant curated by the three-Michelin-star chef Massimo Bottura, and a boutique, which offers one-of-a-kind items. However, the Italian luxury brand has revealed that come the 12th of June the two new rooms will be unveiled during Pitti Uomo n.94 with a private cocktail event, as well as this, a new line-up of pieces featuring illustrations by an artist, who will collaborate with the House for the first time, will be presented in the Gucci Garden store.
If you are intrigued about the space then stay tuned here at PAUSE as we will keep you up to date with all the house’s movements.