As an immigrant hotel worker in Paris and later London in the early 1900’s, young Guccio Gucci was impressed with the luxurious luggage he noticed being used by sophisticated guests while staying at the Savoy Hotel. Before departing, Gucci visited the manufacturer, H.J. Cave & Sons to learn more. Upon his return to his native city, Florence, one distinguished for high-end materials and skilled artisans, he established a shop in 1920; selling fine leather goods with classic styling. Together with three of his sons, Aldo, Vasco, and Rodolfo, Gucci expanded the company to include stores in Milan and Rome. Watches, jewelry, ties, and eyewear were then added to the company’s product lines. In 1964, a particularly iconic touch was created in the form of a double-G logo used for belt buckles and other accessory decorations.
Gucci is genuine global reference for fashion and accessories, and a benchmark for a modern, innovative business.
Informed by an erudite interpretation of cultural and fashion history, Gucci’s blends dandyism with the Italian Renaissance.
Eclectic and contemporary creations that represent the pinnacle of Italian craftsmanship and are unsurpassed in quality.
The high-end designer fashion and on-trend popular styles of Gucci eyewear bring about a youthful, bold, and distinctive look. Gucci glasses are the ideal choice for men or women with a self-confident attitude who know what they want. Gucci eyewear is designed for the modern man and woman and is the ideal choice for those who know what they want. While Gucci originally designed fashionable products for women, ever-growing demand has led to a range of new styles specifically for men. Women’s Gucci eyewear features the iconic Gucci logo, while men’s Gucci eyewear is more subtle and conservative. The Gucci brand has achieved elite-level status and captivated pop culture far and wide.