COMME des GARÇONS & Gucci Drop joint tote bag

2021-11-04 10:23:53 By : Ms. Shean Shen

If the news that Gucci and COMME des GARÇONS gave up their cooperation handbags sounds strange, it shouldn't. They have lost a shopping bag before (actually two), and they actually have a lot in common, especially considering Gucci's recent industry disruption.

COMME des GARÇONS has long been the ultimate model of unconventional industry success. It deliberately introduces clothing that runs counter to traditional clothing design concepts.

Founder Rei Kawakubo's anti-tradition has won the admiration of luxury peers and industry fashion leaders, but her Dover Street Market empire, diffusion series, shoe collaborations and handbags have proven that even fashion agnostic Very tasty.

Gucci is not only available in Dover Street Market, but also has its own special device. It has experienced a year that violates the rules in commemorating its centennial birthday. From Hot Wheels cooperation to Roblox partners to Balenciaga hacks, as far as traditional brands are concerned, this luxury company is indeed pushing its limits.

COMME des GARÇONS and Gucci will once again jointly release their third joint handbag before heading to Los Angeles to participate in an unconventional fashion show. This version is more approachable than the previous version, using a simple black appearance instead of the artificial paper and patterns of the previous version.

This is an extremely low-key luxury bag, completely represented by the internal label and unique red and green stripes on the side as the Gucci joint logo. Considering that an element of CdG genius comes from Rei Kawakubo's ability to transform ordinary into magic (see: boiled polyester suit, painted leather shoes), the humble appearance of the handbag is obviously intentional.

Gucci said that this handbag closes the "loop of this experimental process", which means it may be the final collaborative CdG handbag. If this is the case, it’s best to act quickly when it is launched on the Dover Street Market’s online store, physical store, COMME des GARÇONS store, and Gucci’s archive site on October 15th. Gucci will also release a series of repaired and customized New retro items.

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