Gucci creators had over 32.5 million sets of eyes on them during a 12-hour live stream as Alessandro Michele ended his "trilogy of love" fairytale with the very people who make his creative whimsy come to life. Roles, body types and experience were thrown to the wind for the brand's most viewed digital event and first-ever Milan Digital Fashion Week.
Min in Gucci's Epilogue collection. Photography by Mark Peckmezian. Source: Instagram
From Rome's celestial Palazzo Sacchetti, Polimoda alumni Junayd Salimo and Min Yu Park were part of the epic Gucci team who became models for a night to remember, featuring a collection reminiscent of a 1970s San Francisco dream.
Over a Gucci Ken Scott printed shirt, men's ready to wear product assistant Junayd wore Donald Duck on the back of his denim vest while men's ready to wear designer Min was dressed in a coat featuring the GG logo and a Gucci Horsebit 1955 bucket bag with green-hued Gucci glasses.
Junayd in Gucci's Epilogue collection. Photography by Amber Pinkerton. Source: Instagram
Gucci keeps lifting the fog on unreachable body types and untouchable industry standards, breaking the rules, whispering watertight backstage secrets and pulling back the red velvet fashion curtains to share an authentic and transparent digital experience.
Polimoda is eternally proud of Junayd and Min for being part of Gucci history.