See Gucci's '70s-Inspired Collab With The North Face
I'm ready to take up hiking.
Editor's Note: This post has been updated from its original version to include new campaign images for the collaboration.
Alessandro Michele is embarking on his first brand collaboration for Gucci with The North Face. The luxury label announced the partnership on social media back in September, but now fans are finally getting their first full preview of the collection.
"Gucci and The North Face confirm that they will be bringing a collection to life in the coming months that celebrates the rich heritage of both brands," noted a spokesperson for Gucci to NYLON in the fall.
The collection will make its debut in China, and a limited selection of the pieces will be available on Gucci's website, along with some online exclusives.
Inspired by the '70s, a time when The North Face was a little-known outdoors shop in Berkeley, CA, the collab includes a combination of sturdy outerwear, like feather-down coats, hiking backpacks, and a gender-neutral hiking boot, as well as more delicate everyday pieces like floral print skirts and pussy-bow blouses printed with The North Face logo. In case you're actually considering camping with the new collection, tents and sleeping bags are also available.
Take a look some of the campaign images for the Gucci x The North Face collab, below.
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