After showing fans a sneak peek of its surprise Gucci and Balenciaga collection in a short “ Aria ” fashion film in April, the two luxury brands have finally released the entirety of their “ hacking lab. ” The newly-dropped spill follows a series of recent partnerships, like Gucci ’ s collaboration with Xbox and Balenciaga ’ s Paris Fashion Week film with The Simpsons. available now, the two manner houses are kicking off the vacation temper with a curated and limited-edition survival, titled “ The Hacker Project. ” Tapping into all-things logorrhea and vibrant patterns, Gucci ’ s Alessandro Michele reimagines Balenciaga ’ s classic silhouettes with a maximalist bend. The collection includes must-have pieces with a mashup of the brands ’ logos and aesthetics, and it seems some eager shoppers have already gotten their hands on the collection, like the covet Gucci x Balenciaga Hourglass pocket. The project was besides inspired by a batch of key motifs that represent unlike aesthetics and moods, each one lensed by four different photographers : “ Horse Racing Motifs, ” “ Gucci Lifestyle and Décor, ” and “ New Year ’ s Eve. ” In light of the vacation season and “ The Hacker Project, ” Gucci is already getting into the vacation spirit with a series of pop fly locations featuring capture and immersive shopping experiences in choice cities starting Wednesday, Nov. 17. Kick off your winter off with new additions to your wardrobe from the Gucci x Balenciaga collection. We ’ ve broken down what to expect and how to shop the highly sought ( and already sold out ) pieces, including the monogrammed City bags and logo-embellished jackets, below.

What is the Gucci & Balenciaga “Hacker Project” collection?

The Gucci x Balenciaga “ Hacker Project ” has a lot of standout off-the-rack items at the moment perfect for the upcoming party season or more casual ‘ fits, with even more total soon. For starters, Balenciaga has launched a few pieces on its site so far, with most of them selling out, like the “ BB ” monogram socks ( $ 210 ), the beige monogram “ BB ” hood ( $ 495 ), and the Hacked “ BB ” blowfish coats ( $ 3,290 ). The perch of the “ Hacker Project ” is slated to come out soon, including canvas bags and laptop cases adorned with graffiti-sprayed words “ This is not a Gucci Bag, ” monogram wallets and cardholders, belts, cashmere scarves, and more.

Gucci has besides launched a more vibrant rate of invest items and accessories, with many pieces having the classic “ GG ” monogram remixed with Balenciaga ’ sulfur logo. Treat your love one ( or yourself, for that topic ) with a monogram Hourglass poll jacket ( $ 5,980 ) coming in beige and black, and you can even pair it with a matching maxi skirt ( $ 1,980 ). There are besides colorful floral-printed blouses ( $ 2,700 ), blinged-out appeal bracelets ( $ 1,150 ), and we can ’ thyroxine forget monogram statement boots ( $ 1,390 ). The covet Triple S sneakers have besides made their restitution in a new practice ( $ 1,290 ), and there are flush more apparel and handbags available to shop on-line. Although this item calls for a brawny budget, the black-and-blue sequin hacker coat ( $ 12,700 ) would be a storm on anyone ’ south vacation wishlist, if Santa is so generous as to grant us that one .Photos Courtesy of Gucci

Where can I buy the Gucci & Balenciaga “Hacker Project” collection?

With prices ranging anywhere from $ 210 through $ 12,700, you can nowadays shop most of the pieces from the official Gucci and Balenciaga “ Hacker Project ” on-line at, adenine well as blue-ribbon items on, with more fall soon. The collection is besides available to shop in-person at New York ’ s Meatpacking District, Miami Design District Paradise Plaza, Holt Renfrew Yorkdale. In addition, a count of pop-up book locations in celebration of the vacation temper will be open to shop for a express time only, including places like New York Fifth Avenue, New York Wooster Street, Gucci Beverly Hills, Gucci Chicago, and Costa Mesa South Coast Plaza. View the rest of the “ Hacker Project ” campaign images, lensed by photographer Harley Weir, below .Harley Weir/Courtesy of Gucci