Gucci and Snap Inc. are hosting a private event during Art Basel Miami Beach — and there are rumblings that Iggy Pop will show.
The fashion label and camera/social media company have come together to throw the party in celebration of “Duck Duck,” a short film by Harmony Korine — the cult director known for “Kids,” “Spring Break” and “Gummo.”
“Duck Duck” diverges from both his art house and big-screen films, though: This movie was shot using Snap Inc.’s Spectacles 3 glasses.
These limited-edition glasses are also part of the collaboration. Korine and Gucci partnered with Snap to design 50 pairs of Spectacles created exclusively for this year’s Art Basel fair.
At the party, taking place at 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 4, guests can watch “Duck Duck” play over the course of the evening. They’ll also be treated to a live performance, rumored to be Iggy Pop.
Korine has a relationship with Gucci that’s blossomed over the past year, and into the next. He’s photographed the 2019 “Gift Giving” campaign and the Cruise 2020 campaign — plus, was the subject of a cinematic exhibit the brand put on at its Gucci Hub in Milan dedicated to his 1998 book “A Crack Up at the Race Riots.”You May Also Like