Gucci’s autumn/winter 2016 Milan show in late Feb this year went on fittingly well with a bang, thanks to that corking collaboration between the label’s creative director Alessandro Michele and the former-Olympic-snowboarder-now-turned-street-artist Gucci Ghost (ok, that’s not his real name), aka Trouble Andrew.


More valiant than classic, the established brand devotee, rather than taking dyed-in-the-wool approaches, re-customized and tampered the heritage GG-logo in playful graffiti and wall art configurations, giving the hot-off collection a more street-like touch. Embracing the offbeat yet temerarious slant, the Andrew-inspired clothes and bags are rooted with sportive and frolicsome languages, from whimsical top-handle that reads REAL above the classic Gucci lettering, oversized white trucker jacket with a painted R above fur-embellished sleeves, plush coat adorned with the Ghost’s logo, and more.


Gals, Gucci is aiming stylized graffiti spray closer to home – your wardrobe!

Photos via Highsnobiety and POPSUGAR