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Throwback to the fashion look of Italian rock band, Måneskin member wore a selection of custom GUCCI


Måneskin Italiano rock band that rose to fame after winning the 71st edition of the Italian music competition show "Amici di Maria De Filippi" in 2017. The band consists of four members: Damiano David (Vocalist), Thomas Raggi (Guitars), Victoria De Angelis (Bass), and Ethan Torchio (Drums), came into the international spotlight last two year when it won the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest. Their unique sound and style has caught the attention of many, and they have now become the face of Gucci's latest collection, which is debuting in the fashion house's centenary year. In images from the campaign, the band members are seen wearing key looks and accessories from the collection, showcasing the brand's signature style and attention to detail. The collection features a range of styles, from bold and daring to more classic and timeless, giving fans of the brand a variety of options to choose from.


It’s taken 64 years for the Eurovision Song Contest to be appropriately acknowledged for its contributions to fashion. And while ABBA never quite managed to score a campaign, after sweat-slicked won. "Måneskin” have just been transformed by Alessandro Michele’s latest muses as part of Gucci’s Aria campaign wearing key looks and accessories from the collection, the first to debut in Gucci’s centenary year. Måneskin members also wear makeup products for the face, eyes and lips to achieve their bold and daring beauty looks since Eurovision Song Contest 2021.

GUCCI’s Aria Campaign

Måneskin's partnership with Gucci is a perfect match. Both the band and the brand are known for their bold and daring styles, and this collaboration is sure to be a hit among fans of both. With Måneskin's unique sound and style and Gucci's commitment to quality and attention to detail, this collection is set to be one of the most talked-about of the year.

Latest Måneskin wore GUCCI looks for their new music video for the song "The Loneliest”



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