Androgynous anti-retro Art Deco. During Milan Fashion Week Frida Giannini presented Gucci Spring-Summer collection, which was inspired by the early twentieth century art-deco era. I would say this collection is a revolution of the twenties with an Art Deco elegance of America with a touch of Jazz Age. Models sported short and boxy metallic jackets, high-waisted pants with front pleats, pants with deep tuxedo stripes, black and gold leather shift dresses, fitted leather T-shirts, drop-waist skirts, harem pants and other glamour garments. It’s feminine yet androgynous. Gucci woman looks ready for a cruise in a dark color palette with enamel tiger heads, graphic quality of the black, white, and bronze color-blockings and embroideries.