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Thursday, Apr 15, 2021

An Exclusive Look at Gucci's Star-Studded Gucci Beloved Campaign

An Exclusive Look at Gucci's Star-Studded Gucci Beloved Campaign

See who else made the celebrity roster, celebrating the Italian house's most beloved handbags.

To say that Gucci is beloved by fans and celebrities alike is a drastic understatement. For its rabid cult followers, ourselves included, we have something big to celebrate: Gucci is turning 100 this year. In addition to a slew of centennial content the brand is rolling out through 2021, its Beloved line of handbags is getting the star studded treatment, tapping seven major celebrities to front its newest campaign. To tease the launch, which drops on April 22nd, Gucci exclusively shared images with ELLE.com featuring some faces that might look a little familiar.



Serena Williams



Harry Styles



Diane Keaton



Awkwafina



Sienna Miller



James Corden



Dakota Johnson

While Dakota Johnson, Sienna Miller, and the sheer-shirted, feather boa'd, leather suit-wearing singer Harry Styles are old friends of the brand, this drop also features Diane Keaton, Awkwafina, Serena Williams, and James Corden in their first-ever Gucci campaign. The portraits were shot by acclaimed photographer and filmmaker Harmony Korine, who often collaborates with creative director Alessandro Michele.

Earlier this year, Kering chairman François-Henri Pinault announced the brand's 2021 strategy to strengthen its sales specifically in handbags, so it only makes sense to focus on Gucci's top performers. The Beloved collection is comprised of four iconic styles: the Jackie 1961, Horsebit 1955, Dionysus, and Marmont, many of which were introduced by Michele in his first fashion shows.

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