The glamorous Italian filming locales from the Home

House of Gucci is Ridley Scott’s glamorous rollick through Italian fashion, glamour and style. Starring Adam Motorist as Maurizio Gucci and Lady Gaga as his woman, Patrizia, the movie tells the story of the Gucci family dynasty through three decades, leading up to the 1995 murder of Maurizio.

Mugged entirely in Italy, the movie is set against a number of stunning backgrounds including the fashionable thoroughfares of Milan, a 16-century manor in Lake Como and the snow- limited Italian Mounts. Read on to discover the most glamorous House of Gucci filming locales.

The Alpine mountains of Gressoney-Saint-Jean. Gressoney-Saint-Jean is a suitable Alpine vill in Aosta Valley, at the bottom of Monte Rosa, in Western Italy. In the movie, Gressoney stands in for St Moritz, where Patrizia Reggiani (Gaga) and Maurizio ( Motorist) had a lodge.

The vill is rich in Italian-French-German heritage – the locals then speak an Almanian shoptalk called the Greschòneytitsch, or put further simply, Titsch. In Gressoney, anticipate to discover idyllic snow- limited mountains, fairytale castles and a slew of traditional church structures. The vill is also notorious for its Chneffléné, a original gnocchi. The movie’s climax, Maurizio’s assassination, plays out amidst the iconic Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, designed in 1861 and home to some of the oldest shops and caffs in Milan, including, of course, Gucci. The Milanese structure was erected in 1935 and is now open to the public as a gallery. Experience Milan with us on our Stylish of Italy stint

The inshore luxury of Lake Como. The 16-century inshore property is resplendent with graphic auditoriums, six marble bathrooms and antique cabinetwork from transaction houses, Christie’s and Sotheby’s. Explore Lake Como with us on our Stylish of the Italian Lakes stint.

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