Many facets of our former social lives are returning to our color-coded calendars. We are planning nights at our favorite restaurants as well as cocktails before symphony performances again. So let’s accessorize our upcoming happy hours with a show-stopping piece from the Gucci Beloved handbag collection. Gucci’s creative director, Alessandro Michele, designed this vivid collection to reference the unforgettable styles of the house’s past, yet with a contemporary approach. The end product? Bags so unequivocally Gucci that their brilliant greens, cherry reds, soft pinks and electric blues will catch the most discerning eye.
Known for its curved half-moon shape and emblematic piston closure, the Jackie 1961 is a bag that tells a story spanning eras — remaining timeless, yet in possession of a contemporary edge.
Distinguished by a double ring and bar, the Gucci Horsebit 1955 celebrates a motif symbolic of the house’s rich equestrian heritage.
The Dionysus bag features two tiger heads shaped in the form of a spur. This is an ode to the mythology of the Greek god said to have crossed the river Tigris on a feline sent to him by Zeus.
The classic GG Marmont is defined by the double “G,” a vintage-inspired styling of the company’s initials.