In the ever-evolving age of today, luxury brands need to continually up their game to stay at the forefront. And one who knows this trade secret a little too well is our beloved Italian Maison, Gucci. The luxury brand, recently opened doors to the ‘Gucci Garden’, an all-new bazaar-like experience, for those who love their food, fashion and art alike!
Located in the historic Palazzo della Mercanzia in Florence, the Gucci Garden is unlike your regular pop-up. The brainchild of helm holder – Alessandro Michele, the medieval-styled bazaar is designed to provide an aesthetically rich experience to all those who walk by it. In Michele’s own words, “It (the Gucci Garden) a museum that is not a museum.” The stylish and fun arena consists of six rooms on two floors, each divided by a separate theme, displaying the brand’s unique ensemble of clothing, jewelry and more. It also consists of an up-town restaurant: The Gucci Osteria, that promises the best of culinary delights for all.
Overlooked by award-winning Michelin starred chef Massimo Bottura, the Gucci Osteria is surprisingly ‘un-bazaarly’ as it dishes up finger-licking wonders like the Parmigiano Reggiano tortellini, Peruvian style tostadas, pork belly buns, and a mushroom risotto, all at reasonable prices between 20 to 30 euros. The eclectic Gucci Garden also accommodates a cinema hall, unless all the shopping and eating did not cut it for you! Making your way to the luxe bazaar already?