Inside Gucci's special collaboration with Spanish artist Coco Capitán
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Following the likes of Trouble Andrew (aka GucciGhost) and Angelica Hicks, Alessandro Michele has tapped another artist to partner up with this round, and it's 25-year-old Spanish artist and photographer, Coco Capitán. Anything but a fashion unknown, the young artist has worked with big fashion houses such as Miu Miu and Maison Martin Margiela.
Her scribbles were first spotted at the brand's Autumn/Winter 2017 show, with handwritten statements such as "Common sense is not that common" and "I want to go back to believeing a story" incorporated in the show invitations, show set and logo tank tops.
The unisex line consists of pieces such as backpacks, fanny packs, hoodies and coats in a combination of Gucci's signature stripes and gold interlocking motifs; they'll be the perfect addition to your everyday ensemble with that touch of quirk! To celebrate the renewed partnership, Gucci has also unveiled a new instalment of its on-going Art Wall project, with Capitan's work featured on a 2,500-square-foot wall on Lafayette Street in New York, and in Milan's Largo La Foppa.
The collection will be launched online and in selected Gucci stores end of the month. In the meantime, check out the pieces from the collection below: