Gucci

Gucci is an Italian fashion house active in the sectors of high fashion and luxury items based in Florence. Its products include leather goods, shoes, accessories, clothing, jewellery, watches, cosmetics, perfumes, and a collection of home accessories and decorative accessories.

Founded by Guccio Gucci in 1921 in Florence, Gucci has become an internationally renowned brand and an icon of the Dolce Vita. During the 1980s, the Gucci family progressively sold the shares of the company, which became the property of the French group Pinault-Printemps-Redoute, today Kering.

As of 2022, Gucci has 528 stores and generated sales of $10.487 billion. The CEO of the maison has been Marco Bizzarri since 2014, and Sabato De Sarno has been the creative director since 2023.

Gucci is a luxury fashion house that produces bags, ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories. Gucci also produces make-up, perfumes and has developed a collection of home decorations.

The holding company Gucci S.p.A. is based in Florence and is part of the French luxury group Kering. In 2018, Gucci operated 540 stores for 14,628 employees. In 2019, the company generated $9.628 billion in revenue and $3.947 billion in earnings.