Dolce & Gabbana Spreads Love During Milan Fashion Week

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Milan, Italy: While Milan was already covered in snow by Sunday afternoon, Dolce & Gabanna reflected the climate on-point with its Autumn/Winter 2018 collection.

This season the duo designers, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana reflected love in a very strong manner towards fashion industry through their collection and entitled highly their devotion towards fashion. While the duo is already famous for their dedication towards craft, their one-half of the designs were as enthusiastic as their passion which bliss the mood of the on-lookers before the show as well as during the show.


“Fashion is not work, fashion is devotion,” Dolce said. “You live, sleep and eat with fashion, you never stop thinking about it and you love it with all your heart.” {The Guardian}

Dolce & Gabbana

Dolce & Gabanna Autumn/Winter 2018 collection expressed religious iconography – a signature style statement the fashion house leaves with all of their collection.The gold embellished tabernacle bags, embroidered haloes, dog-collar shirting and, most distinctively, the sacred heart created the ‘Wow’ moment for the audience. This was found on dresses, coats, and came as a sculpted clasp on the brand’s new bags, which were flown in on drones like robotic angels before the models appeared. Also, the divine inspiration was seen across their t-shirt line which read ‘Fashion Sinner’.

Dolce & Gabbana

It was the first-time when fashion industry witnessed drones taking over models on the runway. To your surprise, Dolce & Gabanna flew their high-end purses down the runway, swapping models for drones.

To pull off the high-flying fashion show, organizers had to make sure every phone in the room had its WiFi turned off, so drones could stay in contact with their human navigators. Though this led some problem for the editorial department and photographer present during the show who had to live-ended report about the show, but at the end it was a creative move.

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The show featured exquisitely executed pieces starting from about £150 for a bikini top and stretch to £9,000 for an embellished gown – but to justify their prices Dolce said,“You kill the love and creativity when you talk about how much something is,” he continued. “When the creativity is beautiful, the people pay.”

Based on the results, the designer seems to be right. The fashion house turned over €1.3bn (US$1.5bn) in the 2016-17 financial year, a 9% increase on the previous year.


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