Since Alessandro Michele's appointment as Creative Director in 2015, Gucci has become one of the most powerful (and exciting) brands in the world. With a slew of standout runways under its belt, plus a dedicated crew of street style stars and women across the globe wearing the designs on a daily basis, the Gucci aesthetic is everywhere you look.  

And now, Michele's signature fantastical and maximalist aesthetic is evident once again in his new Pre-Fall '18 collection for the Italian brand.

As with previous collections, at the core of Michele's designs are pieces that pack a polished-yet-powerful punch and this latest trans-seasonal range is no exception. Blending neoclassicism with quintessential brand codes, the eclectic co-ed collection features everything from oversized outerwear to bold dresses, tailored tunics, pleated separates and cool-girl bomber jackets in strikingly modest silhouettes — all of which is, of course, adorned with the brand's now-iconic (and #OOTD-friendly) floral pattern, double G logo prints and vichy graphics. Plus, those accessories we now can't live without get a cool reworking for the season ahead too. 

The collection also features a selection of customised New York Yankees caps — the collaborative collection is set to be unveiled in full in February 2018. 

Browse through Gucci's Pre-Fall '18 collection now...

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