MODEL - KAYTHELINE BETANCOURT, ROCKIN' Gucci's BLACK WHITE PRINT VINTAGE JEANS WITH Escada BLACK BLAZER, Adidas - WINDY CITY NBA SERIES - RED WHITE HIGH TOPS, STAYING COOL WITH FENDI SHADES ON A BRIGHT CALI DAY!
1921 Italian founder Guccio Gucci created high quality suitcases out of UK, London. Drive and passion for quality spilled over into his vision into Gucci's fashion dynasty. From high quality leather saddles for horseback riders to the elites of the fashion industry, Gucci has solidified their high quality brand and designs that are embraced globally.
With materials scarce in the early 1900's Gucci always searched for ways to promote their desire for fashion by creating the Bamboo Bag in 1947. After world was II, with the decline or materials, Gucci was inspired by Japanese bamboo and soon became a staple in his line of bamboo handles on his line of handbags and expanded his style in a variety of materials and prints.
Gucci opened his first boutique in New York in 1952. The introduction of high quality Italian made goods were soon noticed and embraced by American consumers.
Animal prints have always remained relevant and trendy for decades and lasts throughout all seasons of fashion. Big Leopard spots have always been the rave in the animal style as they are easy to match with little black tops and a slim pair of jeans.
You can add a pop of color by simply adding a leopard scarf to your outfits. Many have put over a leopard coat to easily put a small collection together. You can also stick to a color set or simply layer you dress over a tee.
Kaytheline is leaning comfortably on the rail in her black Escada blazer detailed with a sheer trim outline. The sunlight can be controlled with those Fendi shades. Animal prints have always remained viral in the world of fashion. From the early 1960's until today, there is always room to showcase the wild side in you.
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Model - Kaytheline Bentancourt
GUCCI ON THE STREETS OF NORTH PARK!