The end of D&G

As of next season Dolce & Gabbana will close its D&G line to merge it with the main collection line. The S/S 2012 will therefor be the brands last fashion show. Hope is by moving their most successful line it will give more strength and energy to the Dolce & Gabbana line.

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The collection is characterised by the use of twill silk foulards, which becomes the main element in the making of dresses, shirts, pants, skirts, shorts and accessories.

Loose and made more attractive by tying the foulards around the body in a sensual way. Asymmetries are created through the construction of foulards diagonally stitched together.

Twill silk, embroideries and denim applications.

Wedges entirely made of foulards. Foulard bags with golden coins to wear around the wrist.
Straw and raffia hats.
Earrings and necklaces with golden coins.

Long chiffon foulard-printed dresses, worn with Capri-style sandals decorated with golden coins.

“Kiss Sex Machine Remix” – Prince vs. James Brown
Milan, 22th September 2011

Sources; Vogue India and Dolce & Gabbana


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