Gucci Gets Animated For 2013 Cruise Collection With Manga Artist Hirohiko Araki

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The worlds of fashion and art have forever been closely intertwined.

Brands from Louis Vuitton to Stussy have worked with a wide range of artists to help with their promotions or even assist with the designing of a capsule collection for the brand.

Japanese manga artist Hirohiko Araki has incorporated his character Jolyne Cujoh into a campaign for Gucci aptly titled “Jolyne, Fly High with Gucci.” 

Jolyne, the star of Hirohiko’s renowned series Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, has a constantly changing appearance, and is featured here inheriting a mysterious treasure from her mother’s Gucci collection, setting off a fantastic fashion journey through a world of neon-tinted Italian renaissance architecture and unicorns printed in Gucci’s “Flora” patterns.

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