Harry Styles teams up with Gucci for a new capsule collection | Music News

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If you are a fan of haute couture and Harry Styles — good news. The Grammy winner has teamed up with Gucci for a new capsule collection.

QG reports that the new line, dubbed HA HA HA, was a collaboration between Harry and Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele. The two have designed 25 new looks that they would like to wear, with Michele calling them a “dream wardrobe”.

The offering, which arrives in October, is heavily inspired by the look of ’70s rock icons. There are flared pants, patchwork leather jackets, a newsboy cap, overcoats and blazers in various retro designs.

“I love vintage shopping. I think that’s really my place. Harry loves vintage too. We’re crazy about vintage,” Michele shared. “We shared images of eccentric men of the era for a long time. And so we got really close to things that are very hard to find in vintage, or things that seem to belong to an era that, in somehow no longer exists.”

“It started as two kids playing, you know, very simple,” he said of the birth of his collaboration with Harry. “It’s more about life, you know?”

Michele says the two became fast friends at pivotal times in their lives. They met when A direction paused, just as Michele took control of the Gucci name.

Harry is very familiar with the Gucci brand, having modeled several campaigns for them – from handbags to perfumes – and is often caught wearing the luxury brand to events. The creative director said it was only natural for Harry to design his own collection next, adding: “The level that Harry has now is a high level perception of this work.”

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