Harry Styles’ custom Gucci outfits for Love on Tour 2022, an ode
This is Harry’s house, We live there. In fact, Gucci too. Harry Styles is fully engrossed in the double-G lifestyle and his Love on Tour 2022 shows have been as much a Gucci track as they are concerts.
While on tour for his new record, Styles kept his family name promise, wearing a series of custom Gucci looks designed exclusively for the singer by Gucci’s creative director, Alessandro Michele.
The vibe is retro and loud AF, with loads of prints, flared pants, ultra-neon colors, glitter, overalls and lots of adidas x Gucci goodness, including several collaborative Gazelles in new colorways.
One night Styles is dressed in an ultra-tight heart-print t-shirt, the next he’s wearing checkerboard pants that float over his adidas x Gucci trainers.
There isn’t necessarily a singular theme uniting all the outfits, besides all the extremely edgy and proportionally pretty cohesive looks, with tucked-in t-shirts and cropped jackets shortening Styles’ torso while his flowing pants elongate those legs.
Just another day for the singer, who recently collaborated with Gucci on a capsule collection titled “HA HA HA.” It’s a happy laugh, FYI.
“Observe [Harry’s] ability to combine clothes in a way that is out of the ordinary with respect to the standards of taste and common sense required and the homogenization of appearance, I understood that the styling of a look generates differences and powers, as well as his reactions to the designs I created for him, which he has always made his own,” Michele said in a statement at the collection launch in July.
“These reactions give me a breath of freedom every time.”
Styles, who has been making headlines wearing Molly Goddard and JW Anderson for the past few months, is simply devoted to the big G.
He appeared in many Gucci campaigns, which is probably how he came into contact with Michele.
Since then, Styles has gone from a soft-haired pop waif to a primo soft boy influencer.
Would we have had the progressive policy of Harry’s house hadn’t that been Styles’ Gucci makeover? Well, I can’t say that. But we definitely wouldn’t get those wild tour outfits.