Pitti Uomo Trade Fair: Gucci Garden In The Heart Of Florence
Fashion brand, Gucci stunned visitors of the Pitti Uomo Trade Fair when it unveiled its enchanting Gucci Garden this weekend at the heart of Florence, Italy. The building which has a neon-pink eye as the Gucci Garden logo was originally built in 1337 before it was renovated in 2011 by Gucci Museo.
The cultural building is a reflection of the renaissance movement of Gucci.
The building consists of a boutique, a galleria, and a 50-seat osteria.
The ground and second floors are filled with special artifacts and pieces for sale. Some of these fashion pieces are limited edition denim jackets with animal illustrations; bespoke chairs, silk jackets, plates, and candles. Almost all of these pieces have an inscription of the Gucci Garden logo.
The osteria across the stairs is occupied by Italian- Michelin-star chef Massimo Bottura. His menu includes international classic recipes from Japan to Italy.
The Gucci Garden Galleria puts the sale of its tickets at 8 euros while the price for dishes ranges from 20 to 30 euros.
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