The Horsebit 1995 featuring an iconic Ken Scott floral print.
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Gucci X Ken Scott collaboration: Floral prints from the ‘60s and ‘70s Ken Scott archives enrich a special selection of pieces—including handbags and shoes available exclusively online…
This Gucci x Ken Scott floral-print silk crepe de chine shirt is available at NET-A-PORTER
* Floral prints from the archive of ‘Fashion Gardener’ Ken Scott brighten up Gucci’s Cruise ’21 collection in more ways than one – they’re as joyful as they are vibrant. This shirt is tailored from silk crepe de chine strewn in one of the artist’s ’70s-style motifs. The neck ties are detachable.
+ Gucci X Ken Scott Intarsia mohair-blend tank, also available at NET-A-PORTER
* The final chapter in Alessandro Michele’s ‘Trilogy of Love’, Gucci’s Resort ’21 collection features a vibrant, ’70s-inspired palette our buyers can’t get enough of. This mohair-blend tank has been made in Italy and intarsia-knitted with the house’s moniker in red and orange. Layer yours over a classic shirt or tee.
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Scattered with vibrant chrysanthemums, Gucci’s leather ‘Dionysus’ bag is just so pretty. Printed with the work of American artist Ken Scott – who is also known as the ‘Fashion Gardener’ – it’s been made in Italy in super mini proportions and ideal for when you need only the essentials. Carry yours at night – simply detach the chain strap to turn it into a clutch.
Gucci’s iconic Princetown slippers are reimagined here as part of the house’s capsule dedicated to ‘the Fashion Gardener’ Ken Scott. Covered in the late American artist’s floral printwork, the pair is sealed with gleaming horsebits at the tongues. Note the embossed internal branding for recognition even when they’re not on your soles.