If you can afford to splash some serious cash on a vintage style frock and the roaring 20s are right up your street, get your lucky paws on the jaw-droppingly gorgeous Silk-georgette dress from Gucci.
First mentioned back in February, the car has been customised by Gucci to celebrate 150 years of Italian unification and the 90th anniversary of Gucci. Two variations will be available, a 1.2-litre model for £14,565 and the 0.9-litre TwinAir model, which will set you back £15,765. Both will be available online, first come first served, later this month.
Expect numerous special features, including the distinctive colour scheme, a mix of two-tone black with white interior or white exterior with satin chrome and black interior and the option to buy matching clothing by Gucci to go with your new runaround. None of which is likely to come cheap.
If you were interested in the Ascher pop up studio we featured earlier in the year, this new book on Scarves by Nicky Albrechtsen and Fola Solanke should provide plenty of fashionable inspiration.
Published by Thames and Hudson, the book looks at 250 examples of women's scarves designed and produced over the course of the twentieth-century, especially when scarves reached the height of their popularity in the Forties and Sixties. The 304 page book contains pieces by huge fashion names ranging from Paul Poiret and Elsa Schiaparelli to Gucci, Zandra Rhodes and Hermes. Through its colourful photographs, the illustrates a slightly different take on fashion in the last century.
The book is currently on sale for £19.75 from Amazon.
Not content with doing a fashion variation with Diesel, Fiat has now gone high-end with an iconic fashion retailer, producing the Fiat 500 by Gucci.
It follows a similar path judging by the initial snaps. A choice of black and white, both with distinctive contrast stripes, along with matching seatbelts and internal colour scheme, not to mention plenty of Gucci logos and embossed leather seats. It's the fashionista's dream retro car.
Announced for the Milan Fashion Week, it will go public at the Geneva Motor Show on 3rd March. Launch date? Price? We don't know, but we would guess at 'fairly soon' and 'not cheap'. More images over the page.