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As Alessandro Michele is named International Fashion Designer of the Year at the British Fashion Awards, Gucci CEO Marco Bizzarri reveals why the designer’s first two collections will not be marked down.
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Alessandro Michele's Spring collection for Gucci was a gorgeous chaos of old and young, old and new, done and unfinished, shiny and dull, prim and louche, magical and terrifying — making the past look like something the future might crave.
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