Gucci unveils fourth installment in Forever Now campaign


Gucci unveils fourth installment in Forever Now campaign

July 6, 2011: Continuing its 90th anniversary celebrations, Gucci has released the fourth installment in its “Forever Now” worldwide advertising campaign, conceived by Creative Director Frida Giannini.

Again selecting an image from the brand’s historical archive, the campaign features a black and white photograph of Aldo Gucci, son of founder Guccio Gucci, in front of the first Gucci store in Rome on Via Condotti, taken in 1955. For the double page spread, the image is paired with the first-ever Gucci print advertisement from 1922, which has since been recovered from a local Florentine newspaper. The single and double page spreads will appear in newspapers and lifestyle and business magazines for the second half of the 90th anniversary year, complementing the seasonal fashion campaign.

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