The fashion house's signature vintage print, Flora, is getting a further revamp in the form of a fancy garden at the Chelsea Flower Show, which creative director Frida Giannini has revived in her more recent collections.
We are already in love with their floral patterned bags in the new line.
Frida couldn't hold in her excitement either:
"Flora was the very first iconic design motif from Gucci's storied past that I decided to revive and reinterpret...Since then I have used it on bags, dresses, scarves and as the inspiration for a series of fragrances."
But wait, this is isn't the best bit.
Along with their pretty Flora-filled garden, Gucci is also commemorating the event by releasing a limited-edition Lady Lock handbag collection featuring the Flora print. Yay.
Plus they'll be doing workshops during the flower show, at their Sloane Street location.
We are there.
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