After an ever-growing relationship between Harry Styles and Alessandro Michele of Gucci, yesterday without warning, the world was treated to a brand new Gucci campaign with the singer-songwriter and actor showcasing his brand new Gucci HA HA HA collection.
Following recent collaborations between the Italian luxury fashion house with Palace and Adidas, this new collaboration with Harry Styles is believed to be less of a collaboration and more of a creative partnership between Styles and Michele who’ve locked heads in a battle of the arts.
The new HA HA HA collection features a variety of clothing designed to demonstrate gentlemanly fashion that’s been dipped in 70s references and playful undertones – resonating well with Style’s own stylistic cues and tastes.
Available now and unsurprisingly priced in line with Gucci’s mainline offering, we take a closer look at the garments and accessories featured in the new Gucci HA HA HA collection.
A series of bags have been unveiled in the new collection, such as the reworked Jackie 1961 Shoulder Bag – this time it appears in a cherry red leather hue, decorated with silver-toned eyelets and priced at a whopping £4,660.
The clothing itself comes in all different colours and resonates with Harry Styles expressive and somewhat whacky style. From the three-piece-green-check suit to another suit decorated with cherries and lambs on it.
Another stand out item from the HA HA HA collection has to be the double-breasted Prince of Wale checked coat, priced at £3,900.
Much more of the collection has a strong vintage feel about it, especially if they were paired with any of the wide-leg trouser offerings from the collection – which there is plenty.
On the slightly more affordable side, the Gucci HA HA HA accessories include a teddy bear necklace at £1,000 a piece. Other accessories include the bear brooches, silk ties, socks, pocket squares and a selection of sunglasses.
You can shop the new collection which is available right now from the Gucci online store.
What do you think of the new Gucci HA HA HA collection? Does it demonstrate a slightly different yet still pleasant take on gentlemen wear, or is it a bit too whacky and playful for you?