Saks Fifth Avenue Just Got into the Insanely-Hyped Shoe Game

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Saks Fifth Avenue’s flagship store in New York (as in, the one on Fifth Avenue), as part of its “Grand Renovation,” just cut the ribbon on a new 8,000 square foot space dedicated exclusively to things for your feet. Specifically, all the very, very stylish, rare, and expensive men’s shoes you have ever pined after, stood in line for, or whimsically added to your virtual cart without any intention of purchasing. We’re talking the dirty Guccis, the glitter Zanottis, those sold out FOG jams.

There are over 2,000 SKUs, 160 exclusives, shoe repair stations, a “lace personalization” bar, multilingual advisors—literally everything you could ever want in a brick-and-mortar shoe shopping ,experience short of alcoholic beverages (although, who knows, that might be there too) all under one roof, all on one floor. If a trip to New York isn't in the cards for you, there’s a silver lining: the internet. Because along with its major retail upgrade, the men’s shoe selection on Saks.com also recently got stacked with new styles and will continue to enjoy footwear greatness as a result of this flagship upgrade.

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Gucci Drops GG Pattern-Emblazoned Suit & Patch Cap Set

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Gucci has returned with a classic spin on its tan lacquered logo pattern, offering up a blazer and jogger suiting combination alongside a beige, patch-emblazoned cap. Offered up in a cotton-blend canvas, the newly released blazer features a notched lapel collar, tonal button closure at the front, and patch pockets at the chest and waist. The piece is finished off with three patch pockets on the interior, as well as a tonal beige satin lining. The trousers offer a mid-rise, four-pocket construction, and styling, finished off with a drawstring waist and zip-fly. The patch cap utilizes the same exterior fabric, with a leather logo patch in brown featuring a logo stamp in gold-tone on the front, finished off with a velcro fastening system, gold-tone hardware, and twill lining.

If you’re interested in picking up the set or individual piece, they are available at SSENSE’s web store between $430 USD and $2900 USD.

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Gucci Dipped Ink Nail Art

Glove your hands in Gucci jewelry with black inked fingertips as seen in the Gucci Cruise 2018 show in Florence. The dipped ink look extends down the fingers guided by fusing gold hardware and pearls. You can thank nail artist Jenny Longworth for this refreshing take on gothic glam.

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Gucci Launches an Exclusive MR PORTER Collection

Gucci's first menswear capsule collection with Net-A-Porter's MR PORTER is being launched by Alessandro Michele on May 18. The 43-piece collection will offer ready-to-wear garments, shoes and accessories. The capsule will provide something for each MR PORTER customer. 

A variety of items are priced between $200 USD to $3,350 USD for Gucci's heavy embroidery, rich hues, animal motifs, bold patterns and plush textiles. Also, each piece from the capsule collection will contain a yellow Gucci label that is exclusive to this collection. To balance out the extravagant motifs and hues, try essential basics which can offer a more casual option. 

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Now You Can Customize Your Gucci Sneakers With Embroidered Patches

Gucci Ace luxury sneakers are the perfect balance of high fashion and streetwear. The Pre-Fall 2017 collection showcases a new feature that follows in the reviving of iconic designs from the luxury house's archives. 

The Gucci Ace now features removable embroidered patches that can be fastened to the throat of the Gucci Ace sneakers. Each pair will come with one patch and an additional nine patch designs for customers to collect. Look for the Gucci Ace Patch collection in May. 

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The Return of the Aviators

The hipster eyewear has returned in its' famous colors including black, brown and tortoise shell. The chunky oversized frames have been seen on Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid.

Metal frames are trending again thanks to designer brands such as Tom Ford, Chloé, and Gucci. The 1990's acetate frames provide a classic silhouette that is fashionable yet wearable. They are the ideal frames for most considering their angular yet round structure which makes them suitable for people with round or angular faces. Try this seasons trend in gold or silver for a sexy finishing touch.

Find the full article on nytimes.com.

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Gucci Suits

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My Facebook newsfeed has been filled with images like this for the past week. Wtf?! I love it, but really, Gucci, talk about dangling a diamond in my face... No one cuts a suit better than Gucci. Well, very few... These suits are impeccable. The are classic and modern at the same time. I'll take them all, thanks! Check out the collection here!

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