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The sources of inspiration for the next season's most memorable designs are adequately revealed in the recent campaigns by the most relevant names in the industry. The options are fairly well diversified: we have military inspired elegance from Salvatore Ferragamo, classiness from Gucci or ultra seductive designs from Calvin Klein Jeans. For the new season however, Dolce & Gabbana is focused on bringing a new creative spin on the gypsy style by infusing classiness and luxury into a variety of feminine designs. Modern touches and well sel... Read More
Dolce & Gabbana has set the tone for the season trend-wise and it seems the label still has plenty to say as far as the hottest styles of the moment are concerned. After making waves with the fall 2012 campaign inspired by the Barroco collection, the label taps Bianca Balti to show off the creations for yet another interesting set of alternatives, the fall/winter 2012 Mediterraneo collection. As one might expect from the luxury label, femininity is a key theme of the new looks and the supermodel proves a spectacular choice yet again when... Read More
With summer slowly coming to an end, planning our wardrobe for the next season becomes imperative. The most well known fashion brands always set the tone in terms of mainstream style trends, so taking time to analyze these creations is essential for everyone interested in the hottest looks of the season. The Dolce & Gabbana fall 2011 lookbook can certainly be a good guide from this perspective as it features several noteworthy style tendencies with the potential to become wardrobe must-haves. Combining elegance and pragmatism, the brand ... Read More
Unleash your glam puss side and update your accessory collection with a few statement pieces. The Dolce & Gabbana Fall/Winter 2011-2012 handbags were envisioned in the spirit of old time glamor, in order to offer all fashionistas the chance to break out of the box. There's no need to limit yourself to neutral colored and plain totes and clutches when building up a casual chic or party season apparel. Think big when it comes to staples and have a few of these chic bags at hand to add a sophisticated vibe to your look. The sweetest treats ... Read More
There are numerous designers who flaunt their loyalty to different fashion eras and motifs. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are some of these style gurus who succeeded in taking a modern turn on the traditional Italian couture adding local color to all their collections with the help of artsy and cultural elements. The Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2012 ready-to-wear collection distinguishes itself from the rest of high-street outfit parades due to its extremely flamboyant and baroque vibe. The designer duo was always trapped by the Italian 'b... Read More
The Dolce & Gabbana fall/winter 2013-2014 campaign brings the label's hottest new season ensembles into the spotlight. A true authority when it comes to unveiling new style directions, the label surprised everyone with an opulent Byzantine mosaics inspired fall 2013 collection which instantly became memorable being one of the most representative lines of the Milan Fashion Week fall 2013 edition. But, while the concepts behind the line might be new and unexpected, the same can not be said about the latest Dolce & Gabbana campaign.It s... Read More
Bianca Balti models for the Dolce & Gabbaba fall/winter 2011-2012 jewelry campaign lensed by renowned fashion photographer Giampaolo Sgura. More than simple earrings, bracelets, necklaces and pendants, every piece in this line seems to tell a captivating story and expresses deep feelings. The two famous Italian designers came up with a stunning, beautifully and brilliantly crafted jewelry collection. Gorgeous model Bianca Balti poses seductively for the house's advertising campaign rocking some exquisite pieces from the fall/win... Read More
Moving away from the busy style metropolis, the Dolce & Gabbana designer duo decided to flee to a more romantic and traditional landscape. Southern Italy proves to be the perfect setting to create the memorable Dolce & Gabbana spring 2012 campaign. The beloved photographer Giampaolo Sgura is asked to immortalize two of the most beautiful presences from the world of fashion and Hollywood. Monica Belluci and topmodel Biance Balti act out a real summer reverie with the help of other characters and a dreamy costume set. The traditional I... Read More
Okay, so when saying Dolce & Gabbana the first thing that comes to our minds is an unmistakable aesthetic that combines strong innovation with the powerful Mediterranean flavour of the brand's origins. Season after season, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana deliver show-stealing goodies that scream maximum femininity and sensuality! Ah, and how we love those uber-gorgeous and hyper-delicate designs! Absolutely fabulous! Take for example the Dolce & Gabbana spring 2011 collection filled with dainty fabrics, precious embroide... Read More
A fresh perspective and a myriad of gorgeous looks defined Dolce& Gabbana fall 2013 show. It thus come as no surprise that the Dolce & Gabbana fall 2013 handbags follow a similar style route. It is a long held belief that matters about religion are best left aside due to their sensitive character, however the luxury brand manages to bring a new spectacular allure to the new season options. The inspiration from Byzantine mosaics and religious paintings defined the new line and many of the new handbags highlight the same motifs. The... Read More
The Dolce & Gabbana fall 2013 collection unveiled at Milan Fashion Week looked divine. Literally. The collection displayed a heavy influence of religious paintings that were apparently inspired by the mosaic pictures displayed abundantly in Montreale's Cathedral, an impressive church from a town in situated in the province of Palermo, Sicily and the opulent Byzantine mosaics in Venice. One might think that Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce took advantage of all the media attention focused on the Church since the resignation of Pope Bene... Read More