House Of Gucci: Where was the movie Lady Gaga filmed?

House of Gucci has stunning locations (Photo: Bruno Erhs, Getty, Rex / Shutterstock)

Lady Gaga is back on the big screen in her first role since landing an Oscar nomination for A Star Is Born in 2018, this time entering the world of high fashion in Ridley Scott’s House Of Gucci.

The film sees the singer as Patrizia Reggiani, who was married to former Gucci boss Maurizio – and who was accused of hiring the hitman who murdered him in 1995.

Based on the 2001 book The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamor, and Greed by Sara Gay Forden, it features a star-studded cast – with Gaga appearing alongside Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Jeremy Irons. , Al Pacino and Salma Hayek.

But while the film can feature some pretty stunning fashion, its locations are just as glamorous.

Where was the film shot – and can you visit it?

Where was House Of Gucci filmed?

As you might expect, House Of Gucci was filmed in several locations across Italy, most of which you can indeed visit.

Here are some of the places you will see in the movie.

Milan (various locations)

The majority of the film was shot in Milan (Photo: Shutterstock / Viacheslav Lopatin)

The Italian city of Milan forms the backdrop for much of the film, with places such as the famous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II shopping arcade and the Fashion District.

You can also expect to see the Duomo, as well as other plazas and squares around the city.


Gressoney was the hub of mountain scenes (Photo: Getty Images)

Gressoney is a village in northwestern Italy, at the foot of Monte Rosa in the Aosta Valley region, with a population of around 800 – but it is set to become much more popular thanks to its inclusion in the film.

Lady Gaga showed the mountainous backdrop where the filming took place in an Instagram post with Adam Driver, in March 2020 – captioning the snap ‘Signore e Signora Gucci’ – and sending fans into a frenzy.

While the filming could have taken place in Gressoney, the village actually doubles as the ski resort of St Moritz in Switzerland, a popular destination for the Gucci family.

Como lake

Villa Balbiano was Aldo Gucci’s real home (Photo: Getty)

The lake in Italy’s Lombardy region is home to several lavish villas, one of which, Villa Balbiano, was used as the home of the Gucci family patriarch, Aldo Gucci.

The Villa – one of the largest private residences on Lake Como – epitomizes Gucci luxury, with six lavish suites and extravagant gardens that have been recognized by the British Society of Garden Designers.

In addition to its opulent fixtures and fittings, the property also has an outdoor swimming pool, private jetty and boathouse, with the interior of the house showcasing intact 17th-century frescoes painted by the Recchi brothers. and Agostino Silva.

The good news is that it is possible to stay in the villa, as the host opens the premises for a special overnight stay on March 30, 2022 – for one guest and one plus one.

Booking opens on December 6th on airbnb for this – but it won’t be cheap, as it will cost whoever stays there € 1,000 (£ 839.20).

Rome (different locations)

Rome is the capital of Italy (Photo: Getty)

The Italian capital also played a role in the film – with Via Condotti, a shopping street that hosts a Gucci boutique as well as other top designers, among the locations used.

Other scenes were shot at the famous Cinecitta studios in Rome, where the production was also based.

The studio is the largest in Europe and has hosted more than 3,000 films and productions, including the BBC Rome miniseries, The Two Popes of 2019, The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou by Wes Anderson, The English Patient by Anthony Minghella and Gangs of New by Martin Scorsese York.

The studio is also the filming location for the Italian version of Big Brother and hosted Eurovision Song Contest in 1991.

Studio tours are available for members of the public – you can find more information on the official website.

House of Gucci hits theaters November 26.

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