Ken Scott’s patterned fabrics were all the rage in the 60s and 70s, especially the ones featuring oversized peonies, roses and sunflowers that officially led to him being known as ‘the gardener of fashion’. Today, his eclectic prints serve as one of the key highlights in the current #GucciEpilogue collection, lending a fresh pop of colour to signature bags like Gucci’s Horsebit 1955 Shoulder Bag.
There will be 3 different ‘colours’ (Black, Ivory and Multicolour) to look out for, each featuring a floral print taken directly from Ken Scott’s archives. The entire exterior (front, back and sides) as well as the strap will all feature the Ken Scott print, with the unifying factor being the gold-tone Horsebit 1955 double ring and bar hardware right in the middle. All 3 colours also come in the same size that measures 25 cm wide and 18 cm high, opening to a triple-gusset interior with one zipped compartment to keep your essentials neat and organised at all times.
Priced at SGD4280 each, the #GucciKenScott Horsebit 1955 Shoulder Bag is now available exclusively at Gucci Marina Bay Sands, along with the entire assortment of accessories, handbags, RTW and shoes that have recently arrived in-store as well. But if you are more keen on just checking out the RTW, those can be found at Gucci boutiques in ION Orchard and Paragon Shopping Centre, but you know where you should head to if you plan on viewing the entire #GucciKenScott collection in its full floral glory.