Gucci is selling a £1,700 tartan dress with satin bow detail for...

Gucci is selling a £1,700 tartan dress with satin bow detail for MEN

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Gucci unveils £1,700 tartan dress with satin bow waist for MEN to ‘disrupt’ the ‘toxic stereotypes that mold masculine gender identity’

  • Italian luxury brand Gucci selling £1, 700 orange check dress with ribbon detail
  • Garment is inspired by ‘grunge looks from the ’90s’ and features Peter Pan collar
  • Long smock shirt features short sleeves, smock embroidery and a button front  

Italian luxury brand Gucci is selling a £1, 700 orange check dress which features satin bow detail in a bid to fight the ‘toxic stereotypes that mold masculine gender identity’.

The ‘Tartan cotton long smock shirt,’ which comes with mother of pearl buttons and Contrast Peter Pan collar, is inspired by grunge looks from the ‘90s.

According to the fashion giant, the tartan smock, which can be ‘styled over ripped denim jeans’, comes in ‘delicate colours reflects the idea of fluidity explored for the Fall Winter 2020 fashion show, disrupting the toxic stereotypes that mold masculine gender identity.’

The orange and beige dress, which is made from 100% cotton, also features short sleeves, smock embroidery and a button front.    

Italian luxury brand Gucci is selling a £1, 700 orange check dress (pictured) which features satin bow detail in a bid to fight the 'toxic stereotypes that mold masculine gender identity'

Italian luxury brand Gucci is selling a £1, 700 orange check dress (pictured) which features satin bow detail in a bid to fight the ‘toxic stereotypes that mold masculine gender identity’

The 'Tartan cotton long smock shirt' (pictured) is inspired by grunge looks from the ‘90s and according to the fashion giant, can be 'styled over ripped denim jeans

The ‘Tartan cotton long smock shirt’ (pictured) is inspired by grunge looks from the ‘90s and according to the fashion giant, can be ‘styled over ripped denim jeans 

The description online reads: ‘The contrast Peter Pan collar and smock embroidery on the front add a childhood inspired element, which ties to a recurrent theme of the collection. 

‘Pieces with versatile ways to wear and style embrace each person who is part of the House’s individual spirit.’

And if orange isn’t your colour, there’s also a floral print creation available at the slightly cheaper price of £1, 150. 

The description of the pink and turquoise garment reads: ‘In an exclusive collaboration for Fall Winter 2020, Liberty London’s emblematic floral prints define a collection of Gucci accessories and ready-to-wear styles.

The orange check dress (pictured) has been released in a bid to fight the 'toxic stereotypes that mold masculine gender identity'

The orange check dress (pictured) has been released in a bid to fight the ‘toxic stereotypes that mold masculine gender identity’

The orange and beige dress (pictured), which is made from 100% cotton, features short sleeves, smock embroidery and a button front

The orange and beige dress (pictured), which is made from 100% cotton, features short sleeves, smock embroidery and a button front

Kurt Cobain of Nirvana in Concert at the Forum in Los Angeles, California, on December 27, 1991, also donned a Peter Pan collared dress

Kurt Cobain of Nirvana in Concert at the Forum in Los Angeles, California, on December 27, 1991, also donned a Peter Pan collared dress

‘With its collection of fine ornaments, fabrics and objets d’art from around the world, the Tudor revival luxury department store founded in 1875 invoked social change in interior design and dress to the point that the Art Nouveau period in Italy is called ‘Liberty Style’.

‘This long shirt features the ‘Gucci Liberty’ label at the back in honour of the special mash-up.

‘Pieces with versatile ways to wear and style embrace each person who is part of the House’s individual style.’

It comes just weeks after the fashion giant divided trendsetters by releasing a pair of worn-looking jeans for their autumn/winter collection.

The Italian luxury brand is selling their Eco washed organic denim pants for £600, complete with the illusion of fresh grass stains around the knee area.

Gucci claims the material has been specifically treated to channel a ‘grunge vibe’ throughout Fall Winter 2020.

The jeans that look as if they’ve been seen better days before they’ve even been purchased, have faded brown spots in addition to bizarre green stains.

While ripped jeans are a common trend each autumn the addition of dirty marks has failed to impress some fashionistas. 

Italian luxury brand Gucci previously divided fashionista with their Eco washed organic denim pants (pictured), which are currently on sale for £600

Italian luxury brand Gucci previously divided fashionista with their Eco washed organic denim pants (pictured), which are currently on sale for £600

Gucci specifically treated the jeans to achieve a distressed appearance that evoke a 'grunge vibe' as part of their autumn/ winter collection

Gucci specifically treated the jeans to achieve a distressed appearance that evoke a ‘grunge vibe’ as part of their autumn/ winter collection 

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