Gucci Garden takes over Harrods with capsule collection and DIY service

The Harrods windows on Brompton Road, London presents an installation featuring Gucci Bloom, the new women’s fragrance by Alessandro Michele. Previewing on screens outdoor and in store is the campaign which stars Dakota Johnson, Hari Nef and Petra Collins, shot by Glen Luchford. The windows are part of a Gucci Garden takeover of the Victorian emporium for the month of August, which features a limited-edition ready-to-wear and accessories collection and dedicated Gucci DIY service.

Crafted in plush suede and GG Supreme canvas, the elegant Dionysus Blooms shoulder bag from Gucci is painted and stitched with blossoming flowers, and embroidered with a signature bee. Locking with a textured tiger head spur in antique-finish metal, wear the sliding chain strap short in the crook of the arm or drape elegantly from the shoulder.

Combining new motifs with some of the label’s more iconic ones, this Gucci dress is decorated in a patchwork of prints for a coveted clashing effect. Crafted from pure silk with a point collar and button placket, the neckline is punctuated with a large satin bow detail and the waistline is accented with patch pockets in the brand’s cube Wallpaper pattern. A contrast hem is emblazoned with L’Aveugle Par Amour, which translates into Love is Blind.

The Gucci New Ace Flame sneakers are a contemporary take on a timeless sports classic. Crafted in leather, these low-top sneakers are adorned with the brand’s signature striped webbing and an appliqué floral motif. Perfect for bringing a little Italian attitude to off-duty looks.

Bringing the garden to life in olfactive delight, Alessandro Michele’s debut fragrance, Gucci Bloom, sees jasmine, tuberose and Rangoon creeper combine to captivating effect.