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#GucciFest Episode 7 | A Nightly Walk | Ouverture Of Something That Never Ended

In the final episode, which includes a cameo from Van Sant, Silvia wanders through the spooky streets of Rome at night and is drawn into a dreamlike moment involving a dress.

23 Nov. - Video

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#GucciFest Episode 6 | At The Vintage Shop | Ouverture Of Something That Never Ended

On the streets of Rome, Silvia discovers a vintage store with a Gucci neon sign in the window.

22 Nov. - Video

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#GucciFest Episode 5 | The Neighbours | Ouverture Of Something That Never Ended

We return to the apartment where the day began, but this time we meet the characters of the neighboring houses, from a voyeuristic perspective of their lives, fantasies, and intimate moments.

21 Nov. - Video
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#GucciFest Episode 4 | The Theatre | Ouverture Of Something That Never Ended

Our world is transformed into a stage in the fourth episode directed by Gus Van Sant and Alessandro Michele.

20 Nov. - Video

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#GucciFest Episode 3 | At The Post Office | Ouverture Of Something That Never Ended



During an errand to the post office, Silvia’s day continues to move in unforeseen directions.

19 Nov. - Video

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#GucciFest Episode 2 | At The Café | Ouverture Of Something That Never Ended

In this second episode directed by Gus Van Sant and Alessandro Michele, we follow Silvia to the neighborhood café, where she meets a friend, played by Arlo Parks, the musician, and poet from London.

18 Nov. - Video

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#GucciFest Episode 1 | At Home | Ouverture Of Something That Never Ended

In this first episode of the seven-part film collaboration between award-winning director Gus Van Sant and Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele, we follow the lead Silvia during her eccentric morning routine in Rome.

17 Nov. - Video
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Conan Gray wearing Lacoste and shot by Tommy Dorfman.

In this issue, we explore how we are connected to nature and the intersectionality of social and sustainable issues.

We talk to designer Bethany Williams who believes that social and environmental issues are connected along with
designers Francisco Terra of Neith Nyer, Tom Van der Borght, and actor Archie Renaux. Stylists were encouraged to not only explore conscious designers but to pull from the archives, vintage, and to forget about seasons with editorials.

Spring/Summer 2021