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THE YEAR OF THE PIG

THE YEAR OF THE PIG

The Chinese New Year begins on the 4th of February and this year we will be celebrating the year of the pig with a new 35-piece collection from Gucci, inspired by Walt Disney’s,  Three Little Pigs

Embracing a collection that is equally luxurious as it is reminiscent on the 1933 animated classic, this celebration of the year of the pig holds a pop of colour and a design that honours the heritage and importance not only of the Chinese New Year but also the collaboration of two iconic brands such as Gucci and Disney.

Blending both the original design of the Three Little Pigs as well as a newly designed protagonist from Gucci, the collection spans across women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, to luggage, small leather goods, shoes and accessories. The collection is perfect for those with a playful flare in their wardrobe using a cocktail of soft fabrics, luscious silks and vibrant appliqués. The ultimate accessories are found in flying pig brooches and an exclusive eyewear style in Gucci’s red hue and hexagonal shape.

Leading ladies can go from denim day-wear to adding silk pyjamas to the nightly routine, the print displayed on a classic black background or cherry-blossom pink. While the gentleman have new wardrobe staples in jackets and shirts, with softly woven images and graphic motifs, in bursts of colour.

All of the pieces in the collection evoke a state of mind that acknowledges Disney’s vision in storytelling, Gucci’s commitment to innovative creation and an iconic collaboration to bring in the Chinese New Year- The year of the Pig.

Visit Gucci at 190 Edward Street Brisbane to explore the new collection. 

Imagery (Photographer: Frank Lebon Art Director: Christopher Simmonds Courtesy of Gucci – The Three Little Pigs © Disney )

About Edward Street

Of historical important in Brisbane’s CBD, Edward St has emerged as Queensland’s most prestigious and exciting retail precinct. Adjoining the internationally renowned Queen Street Mall, it’s where contemporary glamour meets traditional craftsmanship in a quintessentially subtropical environment.