Ex-pro snowboarder/musician/now artist Trevor Andrew aka Trouble Andrew aka GucciGhost has done it again. This time tagging the Manhattan Gucci flagship store that is apart of Trump Tower, which has proven to be skate able. (Note: This happened a couple months back and not last night.)

If you haven’t read Trevor’s story of snowboarding to designer/artist to the likes of Elton John, Rihanna, Beyonce, and more, check it all out here.

NYMAG did their own little write-up as part of NYFW:

“In a true Cinderella story, graffiti artist turned Gucci collaborator GucciGhost has been granted the chance to install a façade on Gucci’s Fifth Avenue flagship store. As far as locations go, this has to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for a graffiti artist who’s famously obsessed with the Italian brand.

Gucci brought on GucciGhost, also known as Trouble Andrew, to collaborate on its fall-winter 2016 season after he rose to fame with his spray-painted take on the trademark Gucci logo. The new installation, celebrating the GucciGhost collection, went up on Friday night and will last through Thursday.”


Head over to NYMAG for the rest of the story and check out the TRZA in action below on his former bandmates Insta:


Gucci 5th ave getting wrapped in that real Gucci for nyfw

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