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  • Gucci engages consumers with instagram prints
  • Gucci engages consumers with instagram prints
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Gucci engages consumers with instagram prints

Many luxury brands are moving away from heavily branded items to explore a more subtle, luxurious aesthetic. But Gucci is going in the opposite direction, running an Instagram campaign featuring work from a range of independent artists, all inspired by Gucci prints.

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