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  • Gucci Spring 2018 campaign is nostalgia-filled art
  • Gucci Spring 2018 campaign is nostalgia-filled art
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Gucci Spring 2018 campaign is nostalgia-filled art

Gucci has seen its fortunes turn in 2017, but it isn't resting on its laurels. The Italian luxury fashion house's Spring 2018 ad campaign is designed specifically to appeal to Gen Y luxury consumers, with clothing presented as rennaissance-style paintings, filled with nostalgic nods to Gen Y's past.

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