Last week I had the pleasure of visiting Gucci Garden again this year. As mentioned earlier, Gucci Garden is an exclusive boutique redesigned by Alessandro Michele with clothes, accessories, and shoes not available at any other location. It also houses archives in a perfectly curated exhibition by Maria Luisa Frisa. So naturally, I was thrilled to have the opportunity to visit again during my visit to Florence. Here are a few highlights of the pieces on display and interior. Enjoy!
Last month when I was in Italy, I had the pleasure of visiting Gucci Garden. Alessandro Michele has redesigned the historic Palazzo della Mercanzia in Florence, which dates to 1337 and previously housed the Gucci Museo. Opening this past January, 2018, Gucci Garden is an exclusive boutique with clothes, accessories, and shoes not available at any other location. It also houses archives in a perfectly curated exhibition by Maria Luisa Frisa. If you are planning a trip to Italy, I suggest adding it to your list. You will not be disappointed! Ciao Ciao!
weekend inspiration #43: The Ponte Vecchio over the Arno River in Florence.
Ciao from Italy! Loving this view from the top of the Duomo – Santa Maria del Fiore. My husband and I climbed to the top of Giotto’s Bell Tower and Brunelleshi’s dome a few day ago when we were in Florence.
Merry Christmas // Buon Natale!
Monday inspiration#1: the architecture of Roma! A perfect balance of clean lines, ornate details and pastel pink.
weekend inspiration #40: this gorgeous floral wall in Capri!
Enjoy a postcard from Piazza Navona in Roma! Follow along on Instagram @taffetaandcedar!
weekend inspiration #38: this rooftop view in Roma! I’ll be here next week, be sure to follow along on Instagram @taffetaandcedar!
weekend inspiration #36: Piazza Navona in Roma! This is my favorite piazza in all of Italy, and I can’t wait until I’m back here in a few weeks!
weekend inspiration #35: Castel Sant’Angelo in Roma completed in A.D. 139 by Hadrian.