One of the most glorious brands in the world when it comes to luxury, style and comfort packed into a single box is the Italian brand Gucci. For years, the brand has strived to establish itself in the industry as the most premium distributor of products. What started as a brand creating amazing leather accessories like handbags and shoes gradually morphed into more items like jewelry and clothing, watches, as well as wonderful fragrances. Thus gaining a distinct place in the fashion industry. As for prices, Gucci has a knack for putting outrageous labels on its products. The notion of supply and demand also promotes higher prices. But few people seem to mind, as Gucci is for those who believe in creating a style statement for themselves, no matter what holes it burns in their pockets. Below is a list of the most expensive items Gucci has ever sold.
Gucci Stuart Hughes Belt – Price $250,000
At $250,000, the Gucci Stuart Hughes belt is the most expensive item the brand has ever sold. Although it is made from the finest quality leather, the belt still has only one outstanding feature: its double GG buckle. So what makes it so special? It’s Stuart Hughes himself and his eye for discovering the most magnificent things to include in his products. And this belt has 30-carat diamonds hand-encrusted in each buckle, which is almost as valuable as a person’s savings.
Gucci Crocodile Tote Bag with Bamboo Handle – Price $32,000
It is a well-known fact that Gucci has never disappointed its customers with its delicious range of bags. And such is the look of the Gucci Crocodile Tote Bag with Bamboo Handle, which features the brown crocodile skin leather used fashionably by the Italian brand. Needless to say, no other brand has ever created something so classic and elegant. The beautiful bamboo handle is more than enough for a top side of the east to show off at an elite event or ballet. The most amazing part is that the Gucci crocodile tote bag with bamboo handle costs a fortune, sometimes also calculated at $32,000.
Soft Stirrup Black Crocodile Shoulder Bag – Price $30,000
The Soft Stirrup Black Crocodile Shoulder Bag is probably one of the best handbags in the extensive range of handbags ever created by Gucci. It stands out for its exquisite design and eccentric style. Apparently the bag never even made it to retail stores as it was sold out as soon as it was made. The reason behind its desired taste is plentiful. The bag is made of crocodile leather and is worth every penny of its $30,000 price tag.
Gucci 1921 Collection Medium Shoulder Bag – Price $28,990
The Gucci 1921 collection included a series of timeless products that spoke for the fashion brand. But the Medium Shoulder Bag has definitely won the race against time. It has remained intact in its unique design since Guccio Gucci opened its first store in Florence decades ago. This vintage bag offers variety to its wearer by coming in different colors. Various paparazzi captured celebrities such as Cameron Diaz and Victoria Beckham wearing the Medium Shoulder Bad from the Gucci 1921 collection to portray their sensational style while giving an ode to its vintage association. The shoulder bag is priced at an outrageous $28,990. And it has gained quite a bit of notoriety in the fashion industry over the years it has come out.
Gucci Biker Jacket – Price $18,650
Alessandra Miceli, who also led the style statement for the Gucci Sylvie handbag – another big-ticket item in Gucci’s line of priced designs – is the designer of an exclusive garment that can easily be seen as an attraction for many. fashion houses. Costing $18,650, the Gucci Biker Jacket was originally made from Italian leather. And it’s decorated with the ubiquitous metal studs, chains and zippers worn by punkers and rockers. The main design of the jacket was inspired by Sid Vicious from “Sex Pistols” and Joe Strummer from “The Clash”. Needless to say, Gucci has this incredible fan base of punk metal stars in mind while creating such a cool piece of clothing. And so he delivered.
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