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Finding inspiration from the Maximalist design that IS the Gucci Garden, this styled shoot (featured on the cover of the Spring 2023 Edition of WedLuxe Magazine!) lets a vibrant, eclectic combination of colours, flowers, and prints tell the story.
Co-concept creation for the editorial was provided by photographer Lusine Hakobyan of SHOTLIFE STUDIO, Shotlife Studio is a team of established photographers and cinematographers shooting luxury weddings and editorials... with planning, production, and decor design by Alyssa Mauro of EVENT SHOPPE BY ALYSSA & CO Event Shoppe by Alyssa & Co. is a full-service event planning and design boutique. We... . First, we’ll start by saying how much we are “Gaga” (see what we did there!?) ;) for the Gucci-gardenesque wedding stationery that was custom-designed by The Polka Dot Paper Shop who also created the floral-print backdrop and seating chart. Floral design was provided by Flowers by Two Sisters custom floor vinyl was provided by DFD EVENT SOLUTIONS, Leading the industry in custom event décor. DFD Event Solutions has the perfect balance of... and LUXE WEDDING CAKE Experience a unique bouquet of aromas and flavors that only 35 years of baking expertise... created the showstopper wedding cake.
Model Serafima Kobzeva from Anita Norris Model Management looks exquisite with hair styling provided by Shannon Petrolito of Shannon Petrolito Hair Artistry and makeup application by Renée Mooney of KROMA SALON Kroma Hair Salon is a brand new, full-service hair salon serving King City, Richmond Hill,... .
The cover features a gown by Monique Lhuillier from WHITE TORONTO White, Toronto is an unparalleled experience in exclusive designer collections and unique accessories for modern... . A selection of gorgeous wedding gowns by Toronto-based R. Mayer Atelier can also be seen throughout the editorial.
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Admittedly, we’re still disappointed by the sudden and recent (November 2022) departure of Alessandro Michele, who, as the (former) creative director of the brand, was the driving force behind its multi-year love affair of floral-infused maximalism, which spilled exuberantly into Gucci’s textile/home collection. These floral prints and collections were also brilliantly integrated into the brand’s experiential retail mecca-meets-museum “Gucci Garden” in Florence, Italy. (As said above, it is The Gucci Garden; ultimately, Michele’s genius inspired THIS shoot!). So, like the rest of the fashion-loving world, we are VERY excited to see what Italian designer Sabato De Sarno, now the new creative director of Gucci, has in store for the brand’s future design direction. With Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, and Valentino in his CV, the overall creative direction is bound to be amazing… LIFE IS GUCCI, after all! ;)
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