Buy into historical pieces from the house of Gucci through the brand's third Vault drop, sharing vintage rarities, GucciFest designers, and more.

Gucci is set to drop its latest Vault collection – “a time machine, an archive, a library, a laboratory, and a meeting place”.

This season will see more restored and customised archive pieces alongside the creations of emerging designers.


With most vintage pieces one-of-a-kind, other pieces have been customized by Alessandro Michele himself. Notably, each vintage article is numbered and delivered in its own unique made-to-measure packaging.

Designs from emerging labels including Ahluwalia, Shanel Campbell, Stefan Cooke, Cormio, Charles de Vilmorin, JORDANLUCA, YUEQI QI, Rave Review, Gui Rosa, Bianca Saunders, Collina Strada, Boramy Viguier, and Rui Zhou will also be included in Drop 3, following on from their presentations at GucciFest in November.

Speaking on the new Gucci Vault drop, Alessandro Michele said: “For me, shopping isn’t simply about buying things. It is about establishing a connection with them, entering into a relationship”.


“In my mind, I always had the idea to create a place in constant evolution where ‘impossible’ conversations between objects from different origins, creators, and eras could take place: central figures in a dialogue between past and present, able to spark future inspiration. I said to myself: ‘Why can’t a fashion house with a creative director also have a space for expressive, aesthetic, and social contaminations?’. I created it using the most befitting medium of our time – a place where all of us can go — the web. And there, we concocted a laboratory; a mine of ideas, oddities, and unlikely encounters considering that Gucci is a platform for gatherings of characters who seemingly have nothing in common. Therefore, Vault is the place where wonders will hybridize and come together, giving life to new creations. Gucci’s greatest gift, in the end, is to never stay the same; to never grow old.”


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