By  on January 14, 2020

MILAN — Alessandro Michele shuns boredom and while his debut collection for Gucci was unveiled only five years ago this month, shaking up the industry in more ways than one, he’s ready to reshuffle things.

Speaking to the designer at the sprawling Gucci Hub here ahead of the brand’s return to a men’s-only show today, the five-year anniversary seems to have particular meaning for Michele, who back in January 2015 boldly laid out Gucci’s new aesthetic, introducing a romantic, somewhat quirky and genderless streak in men’s wear that has defined the designer’s path throughout the brand. The invitation is a retro card in a child’s handwriting to a “fifth birthday rave.”

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