[instiz] HUL GUCCI BECAME A HAS-BEEN??

"Gucci which used to be at its peak"
Gucci used to be at the top, however...

"Right now they've fallen outside the top 10"

"Sabato De Sarno"
Sabato De Sarno got recruited


He did minimalist



And kept pushing accessible fashion



from 2015-2022 Gucci's creative director became Alexandro Michele
Michele pushed the maximalist fashion



The maximalist vibe that Michele pushed felt a bit unfamiliar

It feels like the reactions aren't good this time

original post: here

1. Do you really think luxyry brands will become has-beens? They're luxury brands after all 

2. It may be because the younger generation doesn't get interested in it?

3. So both Dior and LV are also out of the top10? I'm curious about the top10
(t/n: top 10: 1. Miu Miu 2. Loewe 3. Prada 4. Bottega Veneta 5. Versace 6. YSL 7. Moncler 8. Valentino 9. Jacquemus 10. Burberry)
> I'm kinda surprised that Miu Miu is #1 ㅋㅋ

4. But one thing for sure, Gucci indeed fell off compared to where they were in the past

5. I don't really like any other Gucci ambassadors aside from Kai, the other ones don't suit Dior..
> Kai's fans are such a mess ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ 

6. But I feel like it'll always be part of the trend 

7. Hul Diesel is so high???

8. It's been a long time since Gucci became a has-been...ㅇㅇ

9. What kind of ranking is this?

10. There are so many people saying that they look old-fashioned




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