Gucci Winter Men’s Collection for 2010

We all need a little Gucci in our lives, but for the fellas, Gucci has an inspiring collection that says “chic luxury” without trying too hard. One might wonder what kind of the man wears Gucci. The Gucci man is always on the move, jet set, ready for anything, and above all, versed in all that is luxury. Sound like yourself?

This season the tones are set in camels, taupe, navy blues, and grays. Pops of color like magenta and purple appear for more dressed up affairs. Slim-cut wool suits are perfect for the office (not the same super skinny fit of last year), while the iconic loafers can actually work with most settings. If taking the private jet for a winter vacation is on the itinerary, Gucci designer Frida Giannini has you covered. Don’t forget the fur coat and the cozy knit sweater for after the slopes.

The fit was all about being slim cut. There was v-neck shirts and long two-buttoned jackets. Trousers were cuffed and short legged, while ties reached down to the low waist. Cotton, wool, leather, and corduroy all came together to give 2010 a laid back luxe look.

Gucci Men’s Winter 2010 is all about bring back the effortless transitional glam of the 70s with a sleek modern approach. Think jet set meets Jean-Paul Belmondo. And don’t forge the leather goods; a Gucci man is not complete without the signature leather that made the fashion house famous.

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