Guccio Gucci, son of an Italian trader founded the House of Gucci in Florence in 1906. Guccio, an extraordinary craftsman, started selling luxury goods in the 1920s. In 1938, Gucci opened a boutique in Rome. After Guccio’s death in 1953, his son, Aldo expanded the company by opening more stores. In 1953, New York got its first Gucci store and by the late ’60s, more such stores were launched in London, Paris and Tokyo. Gucci continued to be one of the leading luxury brands until the late ’70s. After that a string of devastating business decisions led the company to the brink of bankruptcy.
The watch’s core design follows the Swiss movement which is known for its dependability. Whenever the designer watches are no longer in fashion, you might come over this dilemma by going to the Gucci way, which assures of consistency.