Dolly Parton is an American icon, but it seems the country singer is also a muse to gucci creative director Alessandro Michele.
On Monday, the Italian designer sent a pair of Parton-inspired items down the runway during his Milan Fashion Week show: a sleeveless denim jacket with an airbrush-inspired portrait of Parton and “Dolly” written across the back, and a pink sweater with a Warhol-esque caricature of the country-music legend on the front.
Parton, 72, has not yet responded to being honored by one of the most in-demand designers in the industry, but the “Jolene” singer wasn’t the only American celebrity that inspired Gucci’s new collection. There were also Mickey Mouse-shaped handbags and Janis Joplin-inspired felt hats, and Michele took his final bow wearing his signature New York Yankees baseball hat.
There was also plenty of star power stacked in Gucci’s front row — including Faye Dunaway, Jared Leto, Salma Hayek and Hari Nef — and Jane Birkin serenaded the crowd with “Baby Alone in Babylone” during a runway interlude.
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