Guccio Gucci made the existence of Gucci bags possible. The fashion company was given way to when the Gucci family traded their shop which sold saddles and leather goods into a company that is now selling the world famous Gucci luxury products. When Guccio died in 1953, his sons took over and they founded the famous GG monogrammed logo which is used on the leather bags worn by the likes of Audrey Hepburn, John Wayne, Elizabeth Taylor, Jacqueline Onassis, and Princess Margaret of England.
Due to family troubles which were branded by the media as the “Gucci Wars,” the fashion company has undergone a turbulent part in its history. The family had troubles as to who would handle power within the company, tax issues, and impolite shop assistants which naturally angered and disappointed the clients and caused the company to really go down, especially with the presence of Gucci replica bags. This was why the sons were forced to sell the biggest share in the company to InvestCorp International.
With Tom Ford as the creative director of the company in 1990, Gucci got back on its feet and went back to producing top quality luxury products. Today, the company offers handbags, bags, watches, luggage, shoes, cosmetic products, perfumes, jewellery, and more leather products.
One can easily recognize a Gucci bag through its signature features, such as gold hardware, flap or top closures, chain straps, and the monogram GG. There are styles such as clutches, totes, and others. The straps of these Gucci bags are usually colored red and green. More on Gucci bags >>>