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23 Sep

Gucci Celebrates Resistance With Stripped-Back SS20 Show

Gucci has returned to Milan Fashion Week for its Spring/Summer 2020 show, unveiling a collection of more stripped-back pieces inspired by resistance and fashion’s place in the world today. A key reference point for the collection was Michel Foucault’s theory of “biopolitics” — described as “the power over life, over bodies. A power that legitimizes only some existences, confining the others inside a regime of containment and/or invisibility” — and the role of resistance against this power.

 gucci spring summer 2020 ss20 milan fashion week stripped back protest mental health orgasmique erotique michel foucault first look collection show runway
gucci spring summer 2020 ss20 milan fashion week stripped back protest mental health orgasmique erotique michel foucault first look collection show runway
gucci spring summer 2020 ss20 milan fashion week stripped back protest mental health orgasmique erotique michel foucault first look collection show runway
gucci spring summer 2020 ss20 milan fashion week stripped back protest mental health orgasmique erotique michel foucault first look collection show runway

Alessandro Michele‘s vision of resistance saw fashion as a vehicle of freedom, with the shownotes adding that fashion can  “let people walk through fields of possibilities, giving hints and evoking openness, cultivating promises of beauty, offering testimonies and prophecies, sacralising every form of diversity, feeding indispensable self-determination skills.”

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