The avant-garde aesthetics of photographer Ari Marcopoulos capture the beauty of Gucci’s PreFall 2016 collection in a new (collector’s item already!) coffee table book promptly named under the greek word ‘Epiphany’ which means ‘in the surface’.Gucci’s pre-AW16 women’s and men’s collections were designed by Alessandro Michele,the person that helped Gucci obtain a new vision under his brand new aesthetics. “For seven days we photographed Alessandro’s collection,” says Marcopoulos in a statement, explaining the process. “As the days went on our surroundings made me feel equally in Roman times of the past and solidly in the present and future. Above all, we were having a good time which would have pleased Dionysus.”.
Epiphany, which is being published by fashion’s favorite publishers IDEA, were released in a limited edition of 1,000 copies, worldwide.
(Epiphany’ by Ari Marcopoulos-Courtesy of Gucci)