The Gucci Museum in Florence, a place of fashion and pilgrimage! Located in a unique historical Florence 14th century classic building, between the world-famous Uffizi Museum of Art (Uffizi Gallery) and the Piazza de la Rengde (Piazza della Signoria) and the Piazza de Lengcui (Piazza di San Firenze). This unique brand fashion museum is co-organized by Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele and world famous artists Trevor Andrew, Coco Capitán and Jayde Fish, and named this area "Gucci Garden", which incorporates the brand image of the giant art murals and the GUCCI selection packages of the past half century. The exotic elements of the dress design of men and women and the GUCCI travel district are the main themes of the exhibition, and the non-fashion industry can also learn about the development of the Gucci brand and the clever combination of Italian art, which gives you an entrance fee of 8 euros. Drive till 10:30 p. M.
gucci garden This is here in the municipal square, which is the concept of Gucci's museum plus boutique. There is Gucci afternoon tea here. It feels that the interior decoration is thoughtful, all are some classic and beautiful Gucci bags and other products.
Some luxury brand museums. In addition to museums there are libraries, coffee shops, especially in Shanghai, but it feels more like eating in the place of origin.
I have to admit, at some point I have had my share of traditional art museums even in Italy so for the fashionista in me I headed to the Gucci museum. A walk through history with a different eye. Plus they have a wonderful café with fabulous food and cocktails. How can you go wrong!
The Oltrarno area is famous for its typical art and craft shops where to take part in workshops or just discover the secrets of ancient jobs looking at the artisans at work! The area is plenty of ceramic, book binding and restoration, wood carving or textile restoration shops. Of course you cannot miss a stop in one leather shop, where buy handmade bags and belts or, if you prefer, you can stop at the leather school near Santa Croce church. Another well kept secret is the Museo dell’Officina Profumo - Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella, the oldest pharmacy of Florence that dates back to 1221. Today is a wonderful museum where to buy handmade products like perfumes, soaps, cosmetic products, liquors, chocolate and many other things! Indeed, the fashion victims will be surprised to know that Florence hosts two unusual Fashion Musems: Ferragamo and Gucci!
Pretty cool and very cheap. Sadly they do not allow photos inside so you must be sneaky! >:]
Lovely brand museum. Only of interest if you like fashion and want to learn about the history of this house. More about the evolution of style than the actual history but nicely presented. Most personalized / attentive museum visit I have had. The attached cafe is also gorgeous. The museum also hosts small special exhibitions.
Very close to this museum, only at 10 meters away, try a wonderful restaurant called Vini e Vecchi Sapori, in Via dei Magazzini 3r.