Margaret Zhang Brightens Up The Streets Of Milan

All while dressed in Gucci

Gucci X Margaret Zhang
30 Mar 2016

Gucci X Margaret Zhang

Margaret Zhang in Gucci’s multi-colour organdy flower jacquard crew neck dress, Dionysus Supreme canvas shoulder bag, and Crossover leather sandal.

Gucci X Margaret Zhang
30 Mar 2016

Gucci X Margaret Zhang

Margaret Zhang in Gucci’s green garden silk duchesse bomber jacket with embroidery and web detail, pink coral silk organza top with bow detail, ivory Carta Marina printed silk duchesse pleated silk with web detail, and Finnlay leather ankle boot.

Gucci X Margaret Zhang
30 Mar 2016

Gucci X Margaret Zhang

Margaret Zhang in Gucci’s Vermiglio crépon chiffon jabot shirt.

Gucci X Margaret Zhang
30 Mar 2016

Gucci X Margaret Zhang

Margaret Zhang in Gucci’s green garden silk duchesse bomber jacket with embroidery and web detail, pink coral silk organza top with bow detail, ivory Carta Marina printed silk duchesse pleated silk with web detail, and Finnlay leather ankle boot.

Gucci X Margaret Zhang
30 Mar 2016

Gucci X Margaret Zhang

Margaret Zhang in Gucci’s green garden silk duchesse bomber jacket with embroidery and web detail, pink coral silk organza top with bow detail, ivory Carta Marina printed silk duchesse pleated silk with web detail, and Finnlay leather ankle boot.

Margaret Zhang is a name even those with just the tiniest bit of knowledge about the fashion world would know. The creative, who helms Australian blog Shine By Three, has become one of the most influential voices in fashion around the world by sharing her passion as a freelance stylist, writer, TV presenter and fashion photographer.

That’s why we were so excited to know about her collaboration with Gucci. The fashion house has been one of the most talked about brands since Alessandro Michele took over as creative director in January 2015. Now, add Zhang into the mix and we’ve got a match made in fashion heaven.

While attending Milan Fashion Week last month, Zhang got together with Gucci to showcase its Spring/Summer 2016 collection with Milan (specifically the Milan Centrale Train Station) as the backdrop. Click through above to see the collection like never before, in a series of exclusive photographs styled, art directed and modelled by Margaret Zhang.

Photos: Gucci

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