Are you a fan of the Gucci brand? If you are a cult follower of Gucci, it is imperative that you visit its museum and gallery in Florence, Italy. I really enjoyed my visit and I would love to share my experience with you.
Gucci Garden Galleria is a museum dedicated to the iconic Italian fashion house. Fans of the Gucci brand will surely enjoy this immersive experience! Here you can learn about the history of the Gucci brand. It would be interesting to see the brand’s evolution over the years. Moreover, you can purchase modern Gucci pieces in its special boutique.
What To See
Inside the museum, you will find an amazing collection of classic clothing, designer shoes, and vintage handbags. The Gucci Garden Galleria also has a boutique where you can shop for unique Gucci pieces. Also, if you want to stay updated about the Gucci collection, you can leave your email with the staff. By doing so, you will receive updates about Gucci’s latest trends.
Just a word of caution. You will see many pieces that are made of real fur and animal skin. Take note though that in the past, it was acceptable to wear fur. So although the pieces are incredibly beautiful, in my opinion, it is not worth slaying innocent animals for the sake of fashion. The good news is that Gucci’s CEO Marco Bizzarri announces the Italian brand will remove fur from all its collections as of spring/summer 2018!
My entry for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge shows some photos taken inside the Gucci Garden Galleria. The theme for the photo challenge is purple, color, wood, and vintage.
Where To Find Gucci Garden
Gucci Garden Galleria is located at Piazza della Signoria, 10, 50122 Florence, Italy. The museum is open from 10 AM to 8 PM.
Where To Eat
Craving for Italian food? Gucci Garden has a restaurant that serves local Tuscan cuisine.
Have you ever been to the Gucci Garden Galleria? Tell me about your experience in the comments section!
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Went inside the #GucciMuseo in #Florence, and tried on a 200,000-peso coat. I swear I felt my knees tremble, making sure I didn’t break it, stain it, or even sweat in it—there is just no way I can afford this. HAHAHHA! But one day, one day. 💛 Also, can I just say—this is one of my favorite museums ever!? #ConfessionsOfABrokeFashionGirl #thewandererwonders
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