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In the 1990's, Gucci's moneyed market share grew apace with their iconic branding of everything from handbags to ice-cube trays.
Gucci's shoe department is unparalleled. Bejeweled heels and sharp leather loafers share shelves with sleek sport sneakers and even G-stamped flip flops.Formalwear
Gucci offers manifold options for polished, streamlined suits (from $1,800) and stylish tuxedos ($2,610). The Signoria has a notch lapel with a satin trim. The company also does made-to-order apparel.Cuff Links
The luxury megabrand’s contributions to men’s wrists range from a simple silver set to a pair studded with onyx. There’s a smattering of stylistic accents—sixties mod, say, or modern artisan—but they all share a signature look: sleek, clean, and masculine.