Lurking in the ancient, grandiose city of Florenze (aka Firenze) is a museum dedicated to all things Gucci. The Gucci Museo is home to a treasure trove of iconic Gucci artifacts, and offers a pretty jaw-dropping look at the house's glamorous past.
Jersey dresses from the era of Tom Ford's sexed-up glam can be found in a darkened room on the Museo's second floor, while you'll also stumble across a fully Gucci'd up Cadillac. Mental.
Elsewhere, there's tons of accessories sporting the house's iconic interlocked G logo and green-and-red piping, mountains of trunks, and all sorts of decadent odds and ends.
Pay the Museo a visit if you find yourself in Florence.
Gucci Museo Piazza della Signoria 10 50122 Firenze Italy
For more Gucci goodness, check out the grandiose exhibition the brand is hosting at British stately home Chatsworth House. Or, better yet, investigate the gangland murder of Maurizio Gucci and get to know the Gucci-approved graffiti artist and DJ, GucciGhost.