Gucci Blue Hobo
Gucci Blue Hobo
Gucci Blue Hobo
Gucci Blue Hobo
Gucci Blue Hobo
Gucci Blue Hobo

Gucci Blue Hobo

Regular price $450.00
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This beautiful bag features a nubuck body with embossed G’s. It has a rolled leather handle that attaches to the body of the bag with a parrot mouth clip engraved with the Gucci name, a blue zip closure, and an interior zipped pocket. This Gucci hobo is a classic Gucci shape. Hobos have been part of the Gucci range since 1950 and continue to be part the Gucci range today. This Gucci bag will never date. (The shoulder strap is for display purposes only, it does not come with the bag.)

Colour: Pale blue
Composition: Nubuck suede and leather
Era: 2000’s
Brand Birthplace: Florence, Italy
Retail Price: Unknown
Height: 18cm
Length: 22cm
Width: 5cm
Handle drop: 23cm


Act 2 - A piece exhibiting minor signs of use. This bag is in excellent vintage condition. It has been professionally cleaned and is free from any stains or damage. The hardware is in excellent condition.

Brand/Designer Info:

Gucci was founded in 1921 by Guccio Gucci in Florence, Italy. Under the direction of Guccio’s son Aldo, Gucci became a worldwide known brand, an icon of Italian luxury and style. Following family feuds in the 1980’s, the Gucci family was entirely ousted from the company that so proudly bears their name, and the Gucci brand suffered. The turnaround in fortune is credited to the hiring of Tom Ford in 1990, already regarded then as a wildly talented young designer. 

Tom Ford was appointed Gucci’s Creative Director in 1994 and is considered to be the designer who truly revitalised Gucci. His vision saw Gucci become renowned for a sleek, innovative, and often controversial aesthetic incorporating hypersexual designs and campaign imagery. His sleek, minimalist ‘90s designs were a massive commercial success, and celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lopez, and Madonna were all photographed wearing his pieces on the red carpet. Tom Ford left Gucci in 2004. He was succeeded at Gucci by Frida Gianni who’s previous role had been Fendi’s handbag designer.