Gucci is pleased to announce the launch of Disturbia, the latest in its series of limited edition periodicals
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SHOWS HYMSKI Rangers Collection Gucci is pleased to announce the launch of Disturbia, the latest in its series of limited edition periodicals. The book collects images of the Gucci pre-fall 2018 collection taken by the artist and photographer Peter Schlesinger in Rome, and includes a series of compositions that reconcile models, urban landscapes, night visions, architectural details and dark interiors in a surprising dream journey . The fascinating Roman sites chosen for the photographic sessions pay tribute to the atmosphere of Dario Argento's films. Often, the images are accompanied by excerpts from the script of "Inferno," a 1980 film written and directed by the celebrated Italian filmmaker. Among these evocative locations, it is worth mentioning the «Aula Magna» of the Ospedale Odontoiatrico George Eastman or the Coppedè district, where some scenes of the films «Inferno» and «The Bird of the Crystal Feathers» (1970) were filmed, while the Hotel Mediterraneo and the Casina delle Civette enrich the suggestive backdrop of the images. Distributed by IDEA, an independent publisher based in London, Disturbia is limited to 1,000 units and comes in a clear plastic packaging. The title will be published on May 3 and its sale price will be $ 65, 45 pounds, 55 euros or 8,500 yen. The launch will take place from 6 pm to 8 pm at New York's Dover Street Market, located at 160 Lexington Avenue, and will include a signature of copies by Peter Schlesinger. From then on, it will be available in selected stores around the world, including the Dover Street Market in London, Ginza and Singapore, the Comme Des Garcons Trading Museum in Paris, the 10 Corso Como in Milan and Seoul and the Daikanyama T-Site. from Tokyo, as well as through