Bet you thought the closest you could come to affording ANYTHING "Gucci" was that knockoff purse you bought on a streetcorner in NYC, right?
No more. Gucci America now offers what they humbly call "the first true luxury lifestyle application." For starters, it offers Gucci's "Little Black Book" of hoity-toity restaurants, hotels, and clubs in 33 key cities. There's a "Gucci Beats" song-builder (courtesy of Mark Ronson) that lets you select, mix, record, and even turntable-scratch your own blend of vocal and instrumental samples. (It's no GarageBand or Acid Pro, but non-musical types might get a kick out of it.) Ronson and Gucci creative director Frida Giannini also offer their personal playlists, with links to purchase the songs on iTunes, as well as a streaming music channel.
Oh, yeah, and there's a bunch of fashion-related stuff as well. Music videos, store locators, current collections, yadda yadda.
Best part is the price: all this digital bling is free. So download it now from iTunes and get in touch with your inner Derek Zoolander.