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Sabato De Sarno’s first collection for Gucci, Gucci Ancora, lands in Singapore
By SENATUS Editor | 13 December 2023

Following Sabato De Sarno’s debut show in Milan, Gucci Ancora premiered in Asia. The collection landed in Singapore, one of the most vibrant, joyful and dynamic cities of Asia, marking the House’s profound respect for its cultural heritage and global resonance.

Marking the first-ever showcase of the Gucci Ancora collection outside of Milan, the 2-day event took place at the Garden Pavilion of the Ritz-Carlton, and saw the participation of numerous guests including Press, VIPs and other notables from all across Asia.

The Garden Pavilion turned Rosso Ancora red to host the pieces on show. Walls, carpeting and display furniture declined in the iconic shade transformed the space in a red box designed to spotlight 30 looks from Gucci Ancora and the Gucci Ancora Notte collection first presented in occasion of the LACMA Art + Film Festival at the beginning of November, along with a curated selection of travel pieces from the House’s iconic Valigeria collections.

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