Gucci, undoubtedly a nightmare for all the middle-class people and all we can do is just craving over high-fashion statements. And, to make us more jealous the brand new Gucci come up with their first restaurant, launching a luxury eatery in the new ‘Gucci Garden’ in Florence, Italy.

“Travelling the world, our kitchen interacts with everything we see, hear and taste,” says Massimo, who has created a menu that is equal parts traditional and unique with “conceptual twists.”

In Gucci Garden, the menu served is inspired by the travelling experience of Massimo Bottura, the Michelin-star chef who’s going to operate the eatery.

Alessandro Michele is designed this museum, the man behind the creative director of Gucci.

There are excellent curated parts on exhibit that tell Gucci’s tale from its beginning till today.

And, this beautiful natural name derives from designer’s love for nature and the brand’s affection for florals~ The Gucci Garden.

However, there will be the entry fees to the museum and that is $12 which will be donated to support restoration projects in and around Florence.

Talking about the Gucci restaurant cum museum, the chef told Eater:

The restaurant is a reminder that Florence has always been a center of cultural exchange, particularly during the Renaissance.

Looks Like A Rich Affair!