Gucci Fall Winter 2014 Menswear

Written By bryanboy

Have you seen the new Gucci fall winter 2014 menswear collection? Watch the full-length fashion show below. I’m living for the skinny trousers, the boxy, jewel-neck sweaters (my favourite is the dark teal shearling number on look #4), the ultra lux caramel brown leather jacket with a fur collar (look 20) and of course, the textured beige coat (look #11). I also love the idea of using a really light gray turtleneck as the base layering piece. Clean, chic and polished.

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23 Comments

  1. I hadn´t seen the video, great post! This collection keeps the Gucci essence, love it!

  2. Completely agree with you with regards to the suit layering. Very stylish and chic. The trousers are a new touch, but the skinny look definitely works in that shade for the model’s physique.

  3. Great collection! GUCCI is always one of my favorites, ´though I´m not the biggest fan of italian design… ;-)

  4. Hey Bryan,
    I agree when it comes to layering. I may steal that method.I wish womenswear could be this sleek and simple.It doesn’t always have to be bright and flirty.
    I would rather jump into one of the above looks. K

  5. Marie Taylor

    Gucci is a very expensive brand but every product definitely worth the price. The style are elegant and suited for working and adventurous men.

  6. FASHIONISTA G! here, novice bloogger:
    Loved the GUCCI fall winter 2014 menswear presentation. Oh, to have been in Milano to view it personally. The tailoring was impeccable; the craftsmanship of the leather from the oversized sactchels to the shoes and belts was sublime. A lot of homage to the past with the page boy hats and pea coats and the zippered pull over cardigans; yet still exuberantly fresh for this new annuum. Pinstripses, velvelts,and wools were all handsomely manipulated. Los hombres looked marvlous; although, I’m not a big fan of the real skinny pant on men. But any man would look quite dashing in any of the jackets, suits, shirts,coats, and overcoats. I, too,, liked the use of grey as a background neutral as well as that 3/4 length fur coat.
    Kudos GCCI! Always a fan.
    FASHIONISTA G!

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