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Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy

Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy

Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy

Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy – kaleidoscope of jeweled details presented in the new collection “Fabulous Fantasy” Fall/Winter 2016-2017 at Milan long-awaited show. The collection was really bright and magical. Designers have remained true to themselves, and the podium again was ruled by feminine silhouettes, lots of lace, sparkling jewelry, floral prints and beautiful applications on the theme of fairy tales. The latest collection was inspired by the tale of Cinderella, The Nutcracker, The Frog Princess and others. The designers had no limit to the imagination: the mouse and horses, pumpkins and coaches, princes and princesses, dwarfs and nutcrackers, candlesticks and chandeliers, tiaras and watches with large dials. Special attention is given to handbags and chandeliers, as well as transparent clutches. And, of course, the tale would not be a fairy tale without “crystal” slippers.

Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy

Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy

Dolce&Gabbana Fall Winter 2016-17 fashion show collection transformed Milan Fashion Week into a fantasy land on Sunday 28th February 2016. The Fashion Week in Milan is long-waited event by the fans of the famous Italian duo Dolce & Gabbana. About the brand Dolce & Gabbana heard anyone interested in fashion. Their collections are easily recognized and loved by such celebrities as Monica Bellucci, Kylie Minogue, Diane Kruger, Naomi Campbell, Madonna. By the way, Monica Bellucci has long been and remains their muse and face of advertising campaigns. In the line of the fashion house their bags have a name of the model.

The new collection is called Fabulous Fantasy. Every girl in her childhood dreamed of becoming a princess, and the new collection has tried to fulfill this desire. On the show prevailed a real fairy-tale atmosphere. Magic was in the air. On the podium, it was possible to see a fabulous coach, and in the hall hung old chandeliers, decorated with flowers.

Something from Dolce & Gabbana history. Domenico Dolce was born in Polizzi Generosa (near Palermo, Sicily) on 13 September 1958. His family owned a small clothing business, where Domenico worked from childhood. Stefano Gabbana was born in Milan on 14 November 1962. He studied graphics but soon turned to fashion. After a brief period working as assistant designers, they founded the Dolce & Gabbana label, which had its first runway show as part of the New Talent group in Milan in 1985, upon the invitation of Italian fashion promoter Beppe Modenese.

The designers themselves say that this is what a typical client of Dolce & Gabbana looks like. “She is luxurious, feminine. She has a beautiful shape. Naturally, dark hair, bright sensual lips. Of them usually say “a sultry woman.” She is a passionate, sexy, vibrant, unforgettable, even to some extent fatal. One word: Gorgeous.”

In 1986 they produced their first collection, called “Real Women.” In 1987 they launched their knitwear line and in 1989 their beachwear and lingerie lines. Beginning in 1988 they produced their ready-to-wear line in Domenico Dolce’s family-owned atelier, located in Legnano, Milan. The first Dolce & Gabbana men’s collection appeared in 1990. In 1994 they launched the D&G label, inspired by street style and a more youthful look. The clothes were produced and distributed by Ittierre.

The Dolce & Gabbana woman is unbiased and brazen, but fearful of God and devoted to church and family, an attitude typical of southern Italian Catholicism. A woman who simultaneously reveals and conceals brassieres and corsets, lace, lingerie, and veils, and who is disturbing in her impetuous sensuality—a provocative woman proud of her body. The designers’ models are soft, round, and full-figured.

Dolce & Gabbana’s Mediterranean style is not a rigid framework but the template of an imaginary world through which they draw inspiration. The collection changes for every season, ranging from the baroque to the plastic, from aristocratic to working class, brazen to bourgeois, from animal prints to a cardinal’s cloak.

“…And they lived happily ever after” it seems like the end of a beautiful fairy tale, just like the ones that made us dream as children. But this is not an end, its a beginning, the beginning of the Dolce&Gabbana Fall Winter 2016-17 fashion show collection which will transform Milan Fashion Week into a fantasy land on Sunday 28th February at 2pm.

Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy

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