Gucci, a famous name that is one of the highest selling Italian brands, is considered to be an influential trendsetter. Founded in the year 1921, Gucci continues to redefine luxury and not only retails through their 550 outlets worldwide but has also made the company’s digital footprint noticeably prominent. Gucci bags are sought after by a larger audience, thanks to the brand’s efforts to be more visible with their digital marketing strategies that connect with the consumers instantly.
All Gucci products that are available for purchase online are either in stock for immediate shipment or can be pre-ordered. Gucci offers its customers the opportunity to get notified about the sale or restock of bags of their selection that are currently in production or the trendy models that have already sold out.
The portfolio of Gucci bags is extensive and includes top handle bags, Boston bags, messenger bags, backpacks, belt bags, mini bags, clutches, totes, shoulder bags, briefcases, duffle bags, and luggage and lifestyle bags for men, women, and children.
The Sylvie medium crocodile top handle bag priced at around $31,000 is made in eight different styles to suit the sensibilities of diverse customer preferences. Decorated with a gold chain and buckle, and made in soft crocodile leather with a distinct shine, this Gucci handbag has interior zippered and smartphone pockets and a detachable shoulder strap.
The Gucci Signature suitcase for men priced at around $6,290 can be personalized with initials. However, the complimentary personalization service includes letters only and does not allow numbers, symbols, punctuation marks, or special characters.
Moreover, for children, the newest in Gucci’s collection is the tiger backpack that costs around $1,050. Made with Beige/ebony GG Supreme canvas, a material that has a low environmental impact, and a Supreme canvas tiger motif and trim nylon lining and handle, this backpack has a zipper closure and adjustable rainbow-striped nylon shoulder straps.
From the Spring-Summer 2018 collection, Gucci has become a member of the Fur Free Retailer. This high-end luxury brand has taken a policy decision to not produce, promote, or publicize any items made with animal fur/skin.