Gucci presents a new collection of equestrian style
The Italian brand Gucci fashion has introduced a new collection of equestrian style, belonging to the new cruise collection Fall / Winter 2012-2013. True to his passion for the world of horses, which takes you inspire for more than 90 years, the Creative Director Frida Giannini has created a collection specially devoted to Edwina Alexander, the current jump world champion female, sponsored by Gucci. This new line includes 15 styles ready-to-wear and a variety of accessories that make a collection elegant and stylish.
The new collection is characterized by traditional icons of the Italian, the emblem of Gucci, the horsebit and triband green-red-green.
Items that make up this new line are riding jackets, elegant and classic touch with a small, typical riding pants, shirts and shirts with high collars adorned with gold buttons, all manufactured with exclusive fabrics such as gabardine, wool techno, the tricotina bistretch, nylon soft, down, or felt the point of technical and pique articles that combine the latest technology for competitions, with a classic look, so we also use for other occasions.
Among the colors chosen, we can highlight the pure white, black, beige or blue sky, modern and elegant at the same time highlighting the equestrian style.
Besides the clothes, we can find a variety of accessories that manage to reflect the exquisite values Gucci, who dazzled with his show at Milan Fashion Week 2012, with excellent quality, beautiful craftsmanship and a contemporary style and modern.
Of note is the design of riding boots, made of smooth leather, black color, perfect to match whatever for its great versatility, and decorated with the emblem of the firm.
The new saddle is handcrafted in black leather Guccisima call, plus the riding hat, posing in black velvet, to match the typical whip, the blanket for the horse and the saddle, gloves napa, also in black, the silk scarf and black leather belt with silver buckle, also adorned with the Gucci logo.
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