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Your First Look at Gucci’s Exclusive New Capsule Collection for Net-A-Porter

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We're just going to go out on a limb here and declare Gucci as the must-have brand this summer. And from the looks of its new collab with the Italian luxury brand, Net-A-Porter seems to think so, too.

The two are teaming up to release an exclusive 20-piece capsule collection set to hit the e-commerce website on May 12th. It will include ready-to-wear, shoes, and accessories all designed under the eclectic guidance of Gucci's creative director, Alessandro Michele.

It's finally starting to feel like spring, so you know they had to bring in some florals. This collection's central motif is the rose print inspired by 19th-century tapestry (because, you know, grandma-chic). It's on everything from a pleated skirt to a pair of the brand's sought-after loafer slides. There's even a new version of the Dionysus bag that looks an awful lot like something your Nanna would own.

Exciting additions include a pair of flared leg jeans with floral embroidery, a striking red neoprene sweatshirt with two herons on it, and a heart-motif skirt suit.

"Our customer cannot seem to get enough of Gucci," says Net-A-Porter president, Alison Loehnis. "Working on the exclusive project has been a thrill and we're incredibly excited to be launching this global first on Net-a-Porter. Alessandro has an immense talent and vision and as we've come to expect from him, the collection is exquisite."

Get your first glimpse at some of the pieces from the capsule collection in our gallery above. I mean, you might as well start plotting how you'll be able to afford it all.