STYLE: GucciGhost Collabs With Gucci for FW16 Collection


Italian fashion house, Gucci, has teamed up with former Olympic snowboarder turned graffiti artist GucciGhost for a few standout pieces to be featured in their Fall/Winter 2016 collection. Gucci Ghost also known as, Trouble Andrew, gained popularity for painting the iconic Gucci logo on everything from walls to bedsheets throughout New York City.


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Now Andrew’s designs can be seen on sweaters, slip-on shoes and backpacks alike emblazoned with the kitschy street-art inspired designs that he is famed for. Andrew worked closely with Gucci creative director, Alessandro Michele, to bring his art to life stamping his signature alongside the ubiquitous Gucci logo. The collaboration is bright and cartoony with inspiration taken streetwear which makes it very wearable for those looking for a bold look.

View a few of our favorite pieces below. You can pick these up now at Collette.








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