The Gucci Cruise Party Was Filled With Bomber Jackets and Bows

If you somehow didn’t make it, live vicariously through the chicest photos.

Alessandro Michele and Charlotte Casiraghi
(Photo: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for GUCCI)
Elisa Sednaoui and Alex Dellal
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Bel Powley
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Faris Badwan
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Ella Purnell
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DJ Andrew Weatherall
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Elisa Sednaoui
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Georgia May Jagger
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Elle Fanning
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Angelica Cheung
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Alexa Chung
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After Gucci’s Cruise 2017 fashion show in London, everyone gathered for a private after-party at 106 Piccadilly–and it was filled with sequins, ruffles, bows, leather and lace. Of course, Alessandro Michele was there looking super chic in a fantastic floral bomber jacket any woman would want. Other party-goers channeled old school Gucci in printed baseball caps, while some wore Michele’s latest ultra-feminine looks.

The A+ list guest list included Observer favorite Alexa Chung, Elle Fanning (who has been killing it style-wise in preparation for her fashion girl movie The Neon Demon), Salma Hayek Pinault, Georgia May Jagger looking pretty in pink, A$AP Rocky (the Guess collaborator was in the front row for the show), and will.i.am.

A whole slew of celebrity DJs amped everyone up throughout the night, along with a performance by the legendary Annie Lennox. If you somehow didn’t make it to London for the first major event of the season, live vicariously through the chicest photos. And, if you’re feeling supremely jealous of all this Gucci, just remember that you can always put on the lipstick while scrolling through.

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