Gucci's equestrian heritage is not something which immediately comes to mind when one thinks of the modern luxury brand which is Gucci. You would be more likely to think of their dramatic, bling bling style double G fabrics. The fact is however, Gucci is a brand intrinsically linked with he world of the equine. Even the Gucci buckle loafers take their inspiration from the horsebit between a mounts teeth.
This new scarf from Gucci, which commemorates the 2014 Paris Masters, comes as little surprise if considered in this context. Created by Frida Giannini herself, the scarf features Gucci's red and green colourings, on a bold white background, with a horse jumping as in a equestrian event.
The 90 x 90xm limited edition scarf will be sold exclusively at a pop up store during the Gucci Paris Masters in December, from the 5-7, and will cost £285.