Garden of Gucci.

Words by

Tara Smith

Welcome to the Garden of Eden. We mean, the Garden of Gucci.

The brand’s 2016 gift campaign highlights the upcoming Resort collection alongside biblical references from the Garden of Eden.

Beautiful people donning Gucci Resort are accompanied by parrots, rabbits, tigers, butterflies and a damn UNICORN. Even that evil snake is there.

Directed by Floria Sigismondi, the video is backed with an orchestral score and some enchanting opera singing in the background.

It’s all so beautiful I actually might cry.

Take a look for yourself below.


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