If you've felt like your meals recently having been lacking a certain 'je ne sais quoi' then fret no longer - it's simply because you're not eating designer.
To further legitimise the well-known fact that Italy takes their food damn seriously, luxury designer brand Gucci has gone ahead and opened a restaurant in the heart of Florence.
The restaurant, Gucci Osteria, is part of the Gucci Garden concept which has just opened their doors to the public, where customers can experience fine (of course) dining, as well as stroll through a museum dedicated to the label, or even have a shop if you're really looking to splurge.
Massimo Bottura, a three-star-Michelin chef "who for #GucciGarden has created an entirely new menu that takes influences from his travels and applies these to Italian cuisine.
"‘Travelling the world, our kitchen interacts with everything we see, hear and taste,’ says @massimobottura.
"The menu of the Florentine restaurant will include iconic Italian dishes as well as conceptual twists on classics for an all-day dining experience."
Customers can expect to pay between 20-30 euros for a meal - which, to be fair, ain't half bad for Gucci-branded pasta.