Florentine fashion house Gucci has unveiled its latest jewellery collection, which the brand has designed for both male and female customers.

The gender-neutral collection is inspired by the 1980s but with a contemporary design feel.

It Gucci Link to Love includes rings, bracelets, necklaces and a variety of earrings crafted in three colours of 18ct gold – yellow, white and pink.


These come in a plain finish, with studs, or finely engraved with modern-looking stripes.

The rings are available in different widths, from three to six millimeters while the bracelets with a clasp to open.

Some of the rings are embellished with gemstones and diamonds: the plain band comes in white gold set with a pavé of diamonds, while the striped version is set with green tourmalines, rubellites, or baguette-cut diamonds.

The collection also includes fine necklaces, bracelets and earrings, all featuring a small bar pendant displaying the Gucci logo as a graphic detail.

The collection is also featured in a campaign shot in a 1960s style by fashion photographer Angelo Pennetta, Gucci said.