Gucci Bloom Fragrance Campaign Petra Collins

As if we needed another reason to be completely Gucci obsessed right now, the fashion house’s first fragrance, Gucci Bloom is FINALLY here and the campaign is absolutely to die for. Not only does it feature actress Dakota Johnson and model Hari Nef surrounded by a stunning floral garden set in the middle of Times Square, but this campaign also stars none other than Toronto’s very own Petra Collins.

Although now based in New York City, the 24-year-old artist, photographer, and now Gucci muse has had her work published everywhere from Vogue to i-D Magazine, and remains the resident photographer for Rookie Magazine. Collins is also a gifted director of short films and has directed music videos for Selena Gomez, Lil Yachty and Carly Rae Jepson, all while being labeled an official ‘It Girl’ by both Vanity Fair and The New Yorker. Not bad, eh?

For a little blast from the past, click HERE to view the shoot Gracie and Petra collaborated on for American Apparel back in the day.

Gucci Bloom Fragrance Campaign Petra Collins

The new Gucci Bloom fragrance is the first by creative director, Alessandro Michele and with floral notes like jasmine and tuberose, we know it won’t be the last. Michele said it took him two years to “give Gucci a smell,” and we couldn’t be more excited to try it!

Gucci Bloom Fragrance Campaign Petra Collins

The campaign, shot by Gucci fave Glen Luchford, is super dreamy and showcases the trio standing serenely in a lush garden wearing head-to-toe Gucci florals, complete with millennial pink flowers (of course). This whimsical and breezy campaign is a true breath of fresh air and we just can’t get enough of it.

Gucci Bloom is available now, click HERE to shop!

Gucci Bloom Fragrance Campaign Petra Collins

Looking for more Gucci? Check out our post HERE about the new Gucci Home collection and check out the Gucci Pre-Fall campaign HERE!

Happy Shopping!

xo

@GracieCarroll

(Story by Assistant Editor, Blair Stutz)

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