But when it comes to classic, you can’t beat a bit of Dolce & Gabbana. A stalwart in the schedule, it’s always classic Dolce & Gabbana, what they do best, season on season. You’re essentially seeing the same show, such is the repertoire now so identifiably theirs; the dress shapes, the sleeves shapes; their utter adoring of Sicily. [CONTINUE READING...]
A tropical Italian idyll that incorporates Sicily and Naples. Symbols that pay homage to Italian pop culture, from pizza to the mandolino, from pasta to imitation paintings, from chandeliers to the local sagre to sipping Martini cocktails on the beach, from the national love for fresh fish to football. "We really had fun with this collection...combining a range of emotions and different experiences. We're not interested in trends anymore. We believe the time has come to tell the story of personal style, clothes in which the wearer can feel a range of emotions." explained Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana who, in front of a room of digital stars, sent a parade of their essentials down the runway: from sensual lace to embroidered baroque, from couture denim to sexy silk dresses. A combination that is very Dolce & Gabbana. T-shirts emblazoned with "Docce & Gabinetti" poked fun at knock offs of the iconic Italian brand, because the order of the day was quite simply to have fun.
by Giampietro Baudo - MFFashion