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  • Gucci collaborates with bootleg tailor Dapper Dan
  • Gucci collaborates with bootleg tailor Dapper Dan
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Gucci collaborates with bootleg tailor Dapper Dan

Thanks to their rarity and uniqueness, prized bootlegs can often cost more than the real thing. Gucci is no stranger to the bootleg’s appeal, which is why as part of its 2018 campaign, it teamed up with Dapper Dan – Harlem’s bootleg tailor to hip-hop royalty – who was once a luxury outsider.

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