The Gucci Beloved Lines collection of bags comprises four iconic pieces designed by Creative Director Alessandro Michele with a modern approach to archival elements. They are created to be worn and cherished time after time, transcending seasons and trends.

 

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The idea behind Gucci Beloved Lines begins with a favourite accessory of the wardrobe that is a constant source of admiration for its owner. It is the bag that came on a first date with someone who became a life partner. Or another worn to an important interview. One carried to the party of the year.

Jackie 1961

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First debuted in 1961, the Jackie is known for its curved half-moon shape and emblematic piston closure. It is a bag that tells a story that spans eras, remaining timeless but always possessing a contemporary edge. Elegant with a vintage spirit, the Jackie 1961 enjoys signature standing within the House line-up, ever ready for a turn in the spotlight.

GG Marmont

The GG Marmont was first presented in the Pre-Fall 2016 Womenswear collection. The GG Marmont is defined by the Double G, an archive-inspired styling of the initials of the Italian house. Michele has given this hardware its current three-dimensional iteration and it also comes in a twisted torchon version.

Dionysus

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The Dionysus bag features two tiger heads shaped in the form of a spur, which is an ode to the Greek god who in myth is said to have crossed the river Tigris on a tiger sent to him by Zeus. First debuted at the women’s Autumn/Winter 2015 fashion show, Michele’s first women’s presentation for the House, this bag embodies the Creative Director’s vision of products that are uniquely expressive of their time.

Gucci Horsebit 1955

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The Gucci Horsebit 1955, is distinguished by a double ring and bar, a motif that encapsulates the House’s rich equestrian heritage, a handbag that connects archival elements with contemporary details in an effortless way.

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