Harry Style can now add “fashion designer” to his resume. After appearing on the Gucci campaign for several years, wearing the brand on numerous occasions, and befriending creative director Alessandro Michelle, the “Harry’s House” singer finally designed a Gucci collection. During Milan Fashion Week on June 20, Michelle introduced a “ha ha ha”, a fun partnership that has become the “dream outfit” of the two creatives.
The meaning behind “ha ha ha” is twofold – it’s a combination of Style and Michelle’s first names, as well as the words they use to end their messages to each other. The 25-look collection, which will be available for purchase in mid-October, includes shirts, pants, outerwear and accessories inspired by 70s pop and bohemian style that captures the feeling of “masculine elegance”.
“Harry has incredible feelings about fashion.”
“Harry has incredible feelings about fashion,” Michelle said in a statement. “Observing her ability to assemble clothing items in a way that is beyond the general standard of taste and common sense and uniformity of appearance, I realize that her appearance is a generator of styling differences and her reaction to the designs I make for her, which she always does. Made his own. “
Styles are known for embracing the fluidity of sex through fashion, often while wearing Gucci. Most notably, Michelle designed the musician’s 2019 Met Gala look, as well as the fun wardrobe for her Love on Tour show and the sequin jumpsuit seen at Cochlela. Among the many unforgettable looks of the style, the famous designer is also responsible for the singer’s unique sweaters and sweater vests.
After a number of these buzzing partnerships, an entire collection feels like a normal next step for this pair. Take a closer look at the weird suits, colorful prints and styles, and the creative kilts of Mikel’s “Ha Ha Ha” collaboration.