Gucci Now Serves Up Haute Couture And Scorching Pasta

Welcome to the backyard.

In Florence’s Palazzo della Mercanzia, the house of what was as soon as referred to as the Gucci museum, the home has created a brand new and interactive tackle the museum-going expertise with Gucci Backyard.

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Launched on Tuesday, Gucci Backyard combines probably the most important components of luxurious, making a boutique/museum hybrid, made all of the extra indulgent with the scent of positive Italian delicacies wafting up from the bottom ground.

A take a look at among the exhibition components that will probably be unveiled tonight for the opening of the #GucciGarden. In a sequence of rooms a narrative unfolds: from a curated collection of items courting again to the Home’s Florentine origins in 1921 along with latest work, memorabilia, ephemera and modern artwork, exploring the eclectic creativity that lies on the coronary heart of Gucci. #GucciGarden is open to the general public from January 10th. #AlessandroMichele

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If you happen to’ve ever discovered your self questioning what may very well be higher than a day spent buying at Gucci, I’m right here to let you know the reply: a day spent buying at Gucci adopted by a plate of mushroom risotto.

Bathed in a soothing but hanging shade of inexperienced, the Gucci Osteria is helmed by celebrated chef Massimo Bottura.

“The restaurant is a reminder that Florence has all the time been a middle of cultural alternate, significantly throughout the Renaissance,” Bottura mentioned of the upscale Osteria in a latest assertion.

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Clearly, you’re already offered, however in case you want some extra FOMO in your life, listed here are extra breathtaking photographs from the Backyard.

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