Sabato De Sarno’s first collection arrives. Think of it as a breeze, rather than a wind, of change.
Sabato De Sarno, the designer who was essentially unknown outside the industry until he was handed the keys to the $10 billion Gucci kingdom earlier this year and tasked with reinventing a brand that had already been reinvented twice before — once by Tom Ford, as a uniform for sultry power players and then again by Alessandro Michele as a big-tent haven for fashion freakazoids high and low — called his first collection “Ancora.”
That translates literally as “again.” But, he said in an interview a few weeks before the show, not again
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