Gucci was originally established in 1921 as a leather goods store, selling luggage and saddles. The brand has since evolved into a fashion enterprise leading amongst the top luxury fashion houses across the globe. Gucci pays homage to its heritage as it incorporates details such as the horsebit, red and green stripe ribbon and saddle details that are now key brand signatures. The signature Gucci ‘Jackie’ bag was named after Jacqueline Kennedy when she was spotted wearing the handbag style in 1961. The Jackie bag was relaunched in various colours in 1999 under the influence of creative director Tom Ford. This vintage ‘It’ bag is a popular style that has made a number of comebacks. Tom Ford’s reign as creative director was a great success as the designer’s reinterpretation of the brand aesthetic was modern, glamorous and oozed sex appeal. Ford established a sense of cool at the high fashion label, which was most prevalent in the Gucci campaigns and runway shows. Tom Ford era vintage pieces are highly sought after for their sleek contemporary designs. Shop Irvrsbl's selection of Jackie bags and Tom Ford era garments and accessories.