- Gucci has re-opened a former Gucci Museo building underneath a new name: Gucci Garden.
- The new building has a museum, boutique shop, and high-end restaurant.
- The grill is run by world-famous cook Massimo Bottura and is likely to turn a prohibited dining end in a city.
Gucci is removing into experiential retail.
The oppulance tradesman has renovated and reopened a former museum, dedicated to all things Gucci, underneath a new name: Gucci Garden.
The new complex, that will be denounced to a open in Florence, Italy, today, is home to an muster space showcasing equipment from a oppulance brand’s archives, a boutique offered one-of-a-kind pieces, and a high-end grill called Gucci Osteria.
The grill is run by Chef Massimo Bottura of a three-Michelin-starred grill Osteria Francescana, and it’s expected to turn one of a city’s hottest dining destinations.
Last night, Gucci hosted an disdainful launch celebration to applaud a opening. Take a demeanour inside: