In D&G Dolce&Gabbana, styles and trends on September 16, 2010 at 10:48 am
Even for the upcoming winter one of the most employed fabric on the fall winter 2010/11 collections will be velvet. It became a trend during the last season enriching our blazers and dresses with its shiny effects. This fabric is able to add a bright touch to our sometimes to much wintry outfit. A velvet blazer is a must have for both women and men and is suitable for every body type. Besides, it can be worn in every occasion such as working days or parties. Velvet dresses are a classy and glamorous option as we can see from the many proposed in the Dolce & Gabbana 2010 collection.
Those dresses are enriched with drape decorations which enhance the body shape and, first of all their bright colours enhance the skin. Just choose the one for your skin type and look amazing.
In styles and trends on September 13, 2010 at 10:49 am
This year, the most fashionable colour of the chilly season seems to be yellow. The fact that this warm tone is largely employed on wintry collections sounds a bit strange. Usually it has been used on spring/summer collections bringing summer to mind like any other warm colours. However, the latest trend in fact of style says that yellow is a good choice for winter outfits. It has been seen on the catwalks of very important fashion shows of the most famous fashion houses, like Fendi, Dolce&Gabbana and Emporio Armani.
Fendi has made various items which are enriched with this lively colour, like skirts, blazers and even boots. Those items are the key pieces of the collection, which are mixed and matched with long huge skirts, and classy coats. The shade employed is such a kind of mustard, quite similar to ochre: a colour that can be perfectly combined with brown and green as well.
This dress proposed by Dolce&Gabbana expresses a young style without compromising on elegance. The bright yellow velvet is adorned with black lace decorations on the neckline. Versace offers this shade on coats and leather jackets, mixing it with black and dark grey dresses. While Emporio Armani use a different shade which is more similar to orange, on those designs. All of them express class and sophistication. Surely this colour makes a very original effect combined with classic wintry colour such as grey, black or dark green. It worth to take some inspirations from this newest collections and try it on your outfits!
In D&G Dolce&Gabbana, News&Events, shoes, styles and trends on April 22, 2009 at 12:22 pm
At the Empire Cinema Leicester Square in London for the world premiere of the new thriller State of play the British singer Jamelia showed up looking very marine…
That’s right in a striped and sequin embellished mini D&G dress, inspired as known by the sea, marine symbols and far away sailors!
Jamelia picked a more neutral or should we say delicate, but still elegant version of the D&G s/s collection‘s particular and fairy tale inspired creations. With the white D&G mini dress she wore a pair of blue navy suede heels.
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In D&G Dolce&Gabbana, Moschino on April 6, 2009 at 3:51 pm
Dresses and blouses with enormous ribbons, ruffles and flounces are as already known top fashion this s/s. But to amplify the voluminous effect a must have this s/s is the handbag in the same theme.
D&G Dolce & Gabbana for instant have made some innovative and elegant bow clutches in shiny black leather, gold and silver. Perfect to combine with a sophisticated evening dress.
Available at Giglio.com
Moschino Cheap and Chic have as well made some exquisite bow handbags, with ruffles on both sides of the knot to emphasis the effect of a ribbon. A Very trendy little chic handbag to wear or at evening activities with a ruffled dress or to a jeans and a decorated blouse.
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In D&G Dolce&Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, John Galliano, styles and trends, Uncategorized on April 6, 2009 at 12:53 pm
This spring/summer collection we find magic and romantic dresses on the catwalks. Fairy tale is the theme which seams to have inspired many dresses this year. Models wearing soft and romantic dresses almost looking like mild princesses.
The Giorgio Armani collection’s long glitzy dresses made in pearls and floral printed see trough fabrics, makes the models looking magic and unreal, like innocent soft fairies!
John Galliano though makes a stronger move, creating wild dresses in strong colors, making the models wearing blond curly wigs, strange enormous hats and heavy make up which gives the Galliano s/s collection an enchanting fairy tale touch! Like these green decorated soft Galliano dresses seen below.
D&GDolce & Gabbana this s/s collection made as well some incredibly peculiar dresses, which almost seem to derivate from an other world, the land of fairy tales. Almost reminding of a mixture of characters from Alice in wonderland. With these enormous eye-catching dresses.
The long dress in sheer fabric with the gold flounce belt is definitely surrealistic and a perfect fairy tale example. The flower covered one though is more romantic and seems to be taken from a remote princess in some other world far away. Finally this year peculiar fairy tale-like dresses are more than perfect…
In D&G Dolce&Gabbana on September 15, 2008 at 11:14 am
Typical Scottish squared pattern of the highlands is going to be one of next fall winter trends. Dolce&Gabbana, in their D&G Dolce&Gabbana collection for next fall winter, picked the Scottish pattern as leading fantasy of their collection.
Tartan, or Scottish pattern, was born within the Highlands in the 18th century, and it originally meant the belonging of a family to a specific clan. It became a distinctive icon of a family power, and, little by little, it also became part of the Scottish culture up to now.
Tartan was a particular wool pattern, typical of kilts and Scottish customs, the result of fine wool different coloured threads, matching with each other and creating the well known squared pattern.
Tartan quickly conquered the world of fashion, it became an important decorative pattern, very loved by designers, and fashion has been reinterpreting the tartan pattern according to its laws.
Wonderful witness of this trend is D&G Dolce&Gabbana collection, its dresses and shirts for a style that can be easily combined with country accessories and boots.
In D&G Dolce&Gabbana on August 22, 2008 at 10:14 am
Are you still going from one beach to another and partying all nights? Probably you are still enjoying this long happy summer and you may need some clues for an impeccable look…
I picked for you, directly from the D&G Dolce&Gabbana 2008/09 collection, what I think will make you the mermaid of the summer!!!!
1)FLOREAL PRINT STRAP DRESS
4)FLOREAL PRINT DRESS
5)SHORT SLEEVES PRINTED SILK DRESS
6)STRAP PRINTED SILK DRESS
7)SLEEVELESS EMBROIDERED COTTON DRESS
In Christian Dior, D&G Dolce&Gabbana, designers and labels, Roberto Cavalli on July 24, 2008 at 4:24 pm
Christian Dior, D&G DOLCE&GABBANA and Roberto Cavalli have in common the taste for the zebra – print fantasies, as we are proud to show you today.
Bags and fantastic gowns proposed by these talented designers are showing off all their incredible attention for the details.
What I picked today is a superb Dior’ s sleeveless zebra – print silk dress that looks fantastic on its own or together with the lovely Dior’ s zebra – print large babe bag, or, if you are more demanding, you can also take a look at the fantastic Dior’ s Jazz clutch bag.
D&G DOLCE&GABBANA as well presents its jolly: how not to fall in love with this large shopping bag?
And Roberto Cavalli too, close to above mentioned zebra – print style, is not to be missed with a marvellous sleeveless gathered dress … A standing ovation to Roberto Cavalli, D&G DOLCE&GABBANA, and Christian Dior for their suggestions that can make the difference!!!
In D&G Dolce&Gabbana, designers and labels, Roger Vivier on July 21, 2008 at 3:18 pm
Fashion has always been courting Past, for it is interesting to take what it brought good to us, and for the pleasure of recreating forever gone atmospheres. This time the world of fashion pays its tribute to a discussed and controversial era, the Roman era, with its bads and goods. In particular, designers focused on feet, by proposing the roman sandals as a symbol, or, The symbol, of this on going summer season.
Obviously the tribute has also been paying to classical movies like “Ben Hur”and Kubrick’s “Spartacus”, or “Quo Vadis?”, passing through the more modern “Gladiator”.
It is exactly gladiators what fashion is calling its last new born like. Designers are showing off their talent for the spring summer 2008/09 new collections, presenting all sort of sandals, with or without heels, available in every colour, in leather, for a sophisticated and glamorous effect. Also D&G DOLCE&GABBANA and Roger Vivier got inspired by glam gladiators. Gladiators are very confy, ideal either for a casual or elegant look on this warm roman summer.
In D&G Dolce&Gabbana, designers and labels, emilio pucci, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Prada on April 23, 2008 at 3:31 pm
With the summer finally knocking at our doors’, begging to come in, we must certainly prepare our wardrobes with the latest swimwear from our top designers. The 2008 swimwear collection is huge and very sexy, you can expect to see alot of colours, stripes,animal prints and brizilian style cotumes lying on the warm sand of the beaches all around Italy and the world. Let’s look at some of the hottest swimsuits from some of our hottest designers and their collections for the summer of 2008.
… and finally the ever stunning designs by D&G Dolce & Gabbana
So make sure that you make the best of this summer, grab your beachbags, suntan oil and let the fun times begin, that is of corse with one of the fabulous swimsuits from the summer 2008 collections.