From tigers and snakes to all kinds of birds, we've seen our fair share of animals in Gucci's past campaigns, mostly through the Italian brand's eclectic embroidered offerings. There have been exceptions, though: for Gucci's Spring 2016 campaign, models carried an actual peacock with them, while Gucci's first men's tailoring campaign caught our attention not just because it featured British musician Harry Styles, but also because he was accompanied by live chickens.
So, really, we should've expected the baby farm animals that appear in Gucci's Cruise 2019 Men's Tailoring Campaign. The campaign is once again led by the One Direction alum and shot by Glen Luchford, only this time it's located at the 16th-century Villa Lante in Rome. Amidst a garden straight out of a Renaissance painting, Styles is seen cradling a lamb, a goat and a piglet while impeccably dressed in Gucci's heavily-embellished, tailored pieces such as a kimono jacket and a pastel suit.
Check out the campaign below, and consider your daily dose of cuteness met: