Gucci's collaboration with the street artist GucciGhost has finally dropped. Also known as Trouble Andrew (and Trevor Andrew to his mom), GucciGhost has been producing street art bearing unofficial renditions of the luxury giant's interlocking "G" logo for years. Earlier in the year, Gucci surprisingly — and commendably — invited the artist to work on the brand's FW16 collection.
The collection consists of sweaters, tees, a V-neck jersey, scarf, backpack, sneakers and footwear, all of which sport GucciGhost's irreverent, brightly-colored scribblings.
The artist actually got his name from a Halloween costume he made by cutting two holes into a Gucci-branded sheet (which came from the Philippines, so take a guess on its authenticity), and is known for spraying his own versions of Gucci's logo across dumpsters, trash cans, bathrooms and the like.
The collection is available to cop now at select luxury retailers including colette. For more Gucci news, get familiar with the tastemakers and celebrities behind the brand's revival.