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Harry Styles in jorts for Gucci’s first ever film festival? Inject it now.

Harry Styles in jorts for Gucci

Harry Styles in Gucci Pre-Fall 2019

Harry Styles in jorts for Gucci
Harry Styles in Gucci Pre-Fall 2019

The world is not OK right now. At a time when watching even a short segment of the news induces a crippling amount of doom, we need every snippet of hope and happiness the universe can muster. Thankfully some good news: Harry Styles and Billie Eilish will be starring in a new Gucci film series. Buckle up.

On Weds, Gucci dropped the third episode of its seven-part miniseries, which sees Styles sporting denim cutoffs aka jorts, loafers, long white socks, and a pink rugby-style ee emblazoned with “Gucci Loves Pink Eschatology 1921.” In the film, we find see actress, artist and performer Silvia Calderoni in a post office, where she bumps into Italian art critic Achille Bonito Olivia, talking to Styles on the phone (who talks about the process of making art in a sun-soaked garden).

Directed by legendary filmmaker Gus Van Sant (Good Will Hunting and My Own Private Idaho) and creative director Alessandro Michele, the series will reveal the Italian house’s upcoming collection – titled OUVERTURE of Something that Never Ended – and will be screened in seven episodes during GucciFest, the brand’s first ever digital fashion and film festival, running from 16th to 22nd November.

Harry Styles for GucciFest

Billie Eilish

Harry Styles for GucciFest
Billie Eilish

To come? Silvia Calderoni also bumping into Florence Welch and Arlo Parks.

We’re watching this space very closely indeed.

The seven episodes will be released daily through the course of the festival as an exclusive broadcast on YouTube Fashion, Weibo, Gucci YouTube and will be embedded on the dedicated site GucciFest.com, gradually revealing the new collection day by day.

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