Models present creations from the Gucci Autumn/Winter 2016 woman collection during Milan Fashion Week, Italy, February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
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Gucci is taking its recent embrace of androgynous looks to its natural conclusion by combining its womenswear and menswear collections into unified catwalk shows from next year.The move, which could herald the end of the current system of separate menswear and womenswear weeks in the style capitals of the world, is the latest bold step by Alessandro Michele, the creative director credited with putting Gucci back at the top of the fashion tree.The first unified show will take place at Gucci's new Milan headquarters at Via Mecenate – but the crucial issue of the timing of the collection has yet to be worked out.
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