The Florence-based home is presenting its second high jewelry assortment, which Michele named Hortus Deliciarum, or “Backyard of Delights,” from Latin to English.
The presentation will likely be staged on the mid-Nineteenth-century, neoclassical residence Villa Pallavicino in Stresa, Italy, June 20 to 26.
The gathering displays Michele’s iconography and aesthetics and is impressed by the ever-changing hues of the sky at totally different instances of the day and its constellations.
Michele, as reported, shone the sunshine on Gucci’s high jewelry designs additionally presenting his most up-to-date assortment, known as “Aria,” in April. “Every thing should return to life, not be closed in vaults. I’ve an amazing ardour for jewellery, they’re our households’ historical past and are by no means lifeless — identical to the model,” Michele told WWD at the time, as common sporting elaborate rings on each finger.
Hortus Deliciarum includes greater than 130 designs, largely one-of-a-kind, and its motifs are divided into 4 chapters.
The primary chapter is an ode to the great thing about pure