GUCCI’S GOT MAIL: A particular stamp devoted to Gucci’s a hundredth anniversary can be issued right now by Poste Italiane, Italy’s postal service supplier, and the Ministry of Economic Development.
The stamp belongs to the thematic sequence “Excellence of the production and economic system,” has a worth of 1.10 euros and can be printed in 300,000 items.
The stamp is a sketch of the storied and recognizable Flora print, created for Gucci by Vittorio Accornero de Testa in 1966 and reproduced over time on totally different merchandise and equipment, with the emblem celebrating the corporate’s centenary. Reflecting Gucci’s significance as an emblem of Made in Italy, the title of the nation stands out on the stamp.
A 3-flap, philatelic folder has been created for this event. The folder accommodates a single stamp, a quartet of stamps, a stamped and canceled postcard, a first-day envelope, and a philatelic report, all for the worth of 18 euros.
The philatelic folder accommodates a textual content signed by Gucci president and chief government officer Marco Bizzarri and inventive director Alessandro Michele, who underscored that Gucci “was born out of a dream. A dream of beauty and entrepreneurship, Italian style,” stemming from founder Guccio Gucci and his first small store of leather-based items in Florence.
“Everyone who works at Gucci is a guardian of a brand but also — and above all — of a house: a Florentine house that combines its renowned craftsmanship with a great propensity for innovation — in respect of its local territory as a unique repository of knowledge and according to a logic of economic and social sustainability,” continued the word, pointing to how the corporate has grow to be carbon impartial in its personal operations and throughout its total provide chain.
“This dream continues to speak to a global audience a century later because Gucci’s values create value. How we treat each other in our company is how we treat our customers. Kindness creates kindness, empathy creates empathy, all in a chain reaction,” Bizzarri and Michele conclude. “This sense of community, relationship, and freedom of expression is, in our opinion, the best and most solid way to ensure the future of the brand, of which we are proud guardians. This stamp fills us all with great pride and encourages us to be even more faithful in the future to the beauty of Guccio Gucci’s dream.”