Last week Il Gufo made a parade to show it’s SS18 collection in Ponte Vecchio, Florence, and we will show you everything that happened there!


The desert is the biggest star of this season and, with it’s nature and creatures, was the inspiration for fabrics, colors and prints.


Three-dimensional details, embroideries and appliqués represents the desert landscapes in the collection, and give a special touch and luxury to the looks.





The fabrics range from lightweight to heavy. Those who like the most delicate ones, can go on the tulle options. For those who prefer the more substantial ones, can choose for the denim.


Shades of yellow, orange and fuchsia bring life to the desert colors. The sky and the dunes are represented by shades of off-white, light and dark blue, as well as turquoise and green.

Il Gufo SS18


Among the key pieces for the girls, a white classic dress with appliqué of butterflies is the must have.


For the boys, denim shirts and t-shirts with palm tree prints bring the right tone for the summer.


Il Gufo also has a capsule collection titled The Silver Label, with white and blue outfits that are pure elegance.





Check it out!

Il Gufo SS18 2










Flavia Araujo

Flavia Araujo

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