Italian luxury clothing brand Gucci which has amazed millions of people lately with its unique and artistic clothing lineup again grabs the headlines on Friday at Milan Fashion Week when it sends 68 pairs of identical twins models on-ramp for its show called Gucci Twinsburg. The show received an overwhelming response from the guest after witnessing twins model walking on the ramp at a time instead of one.
The international luxury brand also dropped the videos of the show on all their social media platform, featuring Alessandro Michele’s Spring-Summer 2022-23 collection. While sharing the video on Twitter, Gucci wrote that after walking two separate runways divided by a wall of portraits, 68 sets of twins and doppelgängers joined hands with their sibling or other for the #GucciTwinsburg finale.
Take a look at the video of Gucci where it has featured 68 pairs of identical twins models on-ramp
The short clip starts with twins walking down the ramp, wearing the same design of clothes and accessories while holding each other’s hands. In friction of seconds, the video again shows another twin model walking for the label sharing the same clothes and jewellery. Later, the ramp was flooded with 68 twin models who were seen walking for the Gucci Twinsburg finale.
Ever since the video was shared by the international luxury clothing on social media, it gained thousands of views, and likes in no time, The unique style of featuring Alessandro Michele’s Spring-Summer 2022-23 collection by Gucci also impressed people across the globe.
Meanwhile, designer Alessandro Michele featured eye-catching outfits in the show in which he played with colors, giving a new unique sense of style to the people. Talking about the show to the media he said that twinship is a topos that transcends biology showing them the sense of co-belonging and sisterhood that should guide their trip through this plane. Michele also said that he is fascinated with the relationship between the garment and the male body, the suit reveals a part of the male body that’s normally covered. It’s the twin of the formal suit with the same body, but different, Alessandro Michele, added.