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  • Gucci shows its values with gun control donation
  • Gucci shows its values with gun control donation
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Gucci shows its values with gun control donation

Gucci has donated $500,000 to a gun control campaign in the US – a political statement in an industry normally shy to speaking out. In doing so, Gucci is revealing its true beliefs as a brand, affirming these values to Gen Yers and Zers who expect them to put their money where their mouths are.

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