The Tigers come to the forefront of Gucci’s favorite lunar New Year’s collection – roar on

The Tigers come to the forefront of Gucci's favorite lunar New Year's collection - roar on

In a coup for Houston shoppers, the Gucci boutique in the Galleria carries the collection, which is also available online in full, 80 pieces in all.

Story Highlights:

  • Embracing the big cat motif, Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele was inspired by a late 1960s archival design by Vittorio Accornero, the artist and illustrator who created the house’s signature floral design. Today’s tiger is presented against a pastel-infused palette of greenery and flowers that flow across T-shirts and sweatshirts, romp across the tiers of a silk skirt and embellish wallets, baseball caps and a variety of shoe styles.

  • Gucci salutes the Year of the Tiger with a complete ready-to-wear and accessories collection embellished with the tiger image or ‘Gucci Tiger’ labeling.

While the tiger is presented in various printed forms across the collection, on certain pieces the image is hand-painted or applied as a patch which is crafted with artisanal crochet and embroidery techniques. We would not be surprised if the latter pieces instantly become one-of-a-kind collector items.

Those born in 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, and this year have the benefits of being born in the Year of the Tiger in the 12-year cycle of Chinese zodiac animals. It may be time for you guys to get shopping.

Adding to the Year of the Tiger salute and for those who just can’t get enough of the brand, Gucci has created themed packaging that includes coordinated boxes, shoppers, envelopes, pouches and dedicated labels adorned with the all-over Gucci Tiger print.

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