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Gucci's Spring 2013 Collection Will Do You a Solid

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Gucci Spring 2013 is a solid collection. Frida Giannini sent monochrome fuchsia, yellow, coral, cobalt blue, teal, and a couple kelly green pieces—flanked by seriously large look-at-me-now ruffles—down the runway . When dresses weren't all one-color they had a python kick, and between that and all the caftans, chunky necklaces, and turtlenecks, the whole thing had a strong '70s vibe—like something Mad Men's costume director will get around to including next season maybe (hopefully). Take a look after the jump.

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