The new Gucci 2014 watches & jewelry campaign is coming up to leave an unforgettable impact on you by inspiring you to create the most luxurious looks that one could ever imagine! Captured by talented photographer Sølve Sundsbø in inspiring London and having stunning models Nadja Bender and Tommaso De Benedictis showing off the new, eye-catching ensembles the new campaign started by Gucci has definitely the potential to become one of the latest obsessions of every fashionista!
Now what you will notice from the first glance at the new Gucci 2014 watches & jewelry ads is the minimalistic compositions that the designers bet on which is the best thing to do if you want to have the whole attention focused on the luxuriousness of the presented jewelry. Moreover, as the crew members of the project claim, all portraits included in the new campaign appear to be results of an inspiration by the amazing works of photographers of the 1960’s Franco Rubartelli and Olivo Barbieri.
As for the ensembles offered by the label we can say that for women the Gucci 2014 watches & jewelry collection suggests two gorgeous alternatives of watch styles, specifically designed with jaw-dropping embellishments so they can add a luxurious touch to any look! As for men the new line offers a classier approach that can easily be match with almost any look. As for the jewelry Gucci seems to offer a series of alternatives that are more of a modern vibe including items from the following lines: Horsebit, Bamboo and Diamantissima.
As you can see, from elegant-chic watches to luxurious bracelets and rings the new Gucci 2014 watches & jewelry collection has the most unique alternatives for a statement-making, sophisticated look which is why we suggest you to take your time to explore the novelties suggested by the label and let them inspire you to create the boldest looks!
The new campaign, especially designed to perfectly embellish any look for this spring/summer 2014, will be officially released at Baselworld 2014 starting this month.
See also: Mavi Jeans Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign