Both the maison and the fashionista understand, in a way that no other can, that fashion and travel always go hand in hand.
There are a lot of brands associated to the Philippines’ resident fashionista, but there is one that carries the same reverence for travel as one Heart Evangelista—Gucci. Just like the stylesetter-slash-artist, the brand has grown and evolved into different ways. Both Heart and Gucci continue to be relevant in today’s generation.
Over the course of Heart’s fashion journey, Gucci has been a part of it either as an article of clothing, an accessory, and even as a home furniture. With that said, here are some Gucci moments Heart has had over the years:
Fashion Week Ensembles
Back in 2019 during her Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks, Heart donned two contrasting looks from the Maison. For the Paris Fashion Week, she wore an animal print maxi dress that gave showed her mature and serious side. Meanwhile, Heart changed it up a bit during the Milan Fashion Week with a long light pink tweed dress and a baby blue tweed jacket from the 2019 Spring/Summer Collection.
Lazy Day Accessory
Who eats their Pancit Canton with their multi-crystal studded ring from Gucci? Well, Heart can! Even while she was at home quarantining like the rest of us during the first few months of 2020, the fashionista kept her sense of style and dressed up for her homemaker role.
Shared Shoe Love
Fun fact: In one of her vlogs, Heart shared that she scored a pair of Gucci two-toned leather wedges from Ruffa Mae Quinto. Praising the latter’s good taste in footwear, the artist mentioned that she didn’t just buy one pair from the comedy actress.
House of Gucci
Why stop at wearing the brand when you can make it part of your house? In this case, Heart showcased her Gucci Chiavari Chair in a motivational workout snap that she shared on Instagram.
A MEGA Woman
Donned in a knit dress and cape combo from the Spring-Summer 2016 Collection, Heart looked like a queen giving warmth to the bleak, icy atmosphere in her MEGA March 2016 cover. In this issue, the artist called for a new perspective on Filipino women as individuals who can speak up more and do more for their advocacies and communities.