Two years ago, the world of Gucci was in shock when the luxury eyewear company announced its impending demise.
The iconic brands luxury eyeglasses had become synonymous with fashion, with the iconic shades now a luxury item for the masses.
However, the iconic brand had gone through a transformation over the years, and the iconic brands eyewears are no longer synonymous with luxury.
Gucci was founded in 1957 by Louis Vuitton and Jean Paul Gaultier.
The brand was originally known for their sunglasses.
But in the early 1960s, the company began producing their iconic eyewash.
Today, the brand still produces eyewashes for men, women and children.
The Gucci brand has sold more than $20 billion worth of eyewashing products in the past 30 years.
Guccis iconic sunglasses have been sold out in Manhattan for months, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The company has been trying to rebrand the brand since the 1960s to appeal to millennials.
The company announced in 2014 that it was changing the name to “Gucci Group.”
In an effort to make the brand more accessible to the millennial audience, Gucci released a statement in August 2016 that it would be making a number of changes, including changing the brand name to Gucci.
The new name was announced during a press conference on the launch of Guccis latest ad campaign.
In September 2016, the luxury fashion company released an ad that depicted a young Gucci wearing a Gucci hoodie, sunglasses and a Gucci-inspired watch.
The ad featured a young man in his 30s in the video, and said, “You know what’s great about Gucci?
It’s the brand.
You know what is great about our brand?
We wear Gucci.”
Gucci said in its statement, “We have made a commitment to our fans and to our stakeholders to continue to invest in the future of Guiches iconic brands.
The future is bright and bright ahead.
We are always working to innovate, to change the world, to do things differently and to change it for the better.”Read More