Starlets and Musicians of Dolce And Gabbana
Editor's Note: There are a total of 85 shots of the runway in my slideshow. Take you time and enjoy it! xoxo.
Dolce and Gabbana. A true show that blew me away as I watched the live show just a few days ago. I nearly missed it but made it in time. I am so happy that I watched it. Though I promise to post my Rodarte post and then London before I jump into Milan but after the Dolce and Gabbana show, my hands are just itching to review them first.
Be prepared to be amazed.
So, to start off, in the actual show, Dolce and Gabbana set up huge screens above the seating areas that shows footage of the runway and *pause for reaction*, live feeds from Facebook and Twitter. So basically, if you are watching the live stream show at home, and decides to post something on the live stream wall, audiences can see it in the tents.
Dolce and Gabbana truly are one of the brands that embraced the online world the most. They have one of the best live stream without lagging or server crashing like some other shows.
So to the runway, there were a few things to note on this runway. One is masculinity versus femininity. Models dressed in extreme opposites from a very polished tailored men look, to a soft and elegant, sensual women look. The Sicilian Boy and Sexy Italian woman.
So don;t worry, fellow gentlemen, there are looks that we can buy from here. They have plenty of looks that can be unisex.
Another thing to note is stars and music notes. While you have seen a lot of dots around the runways, Dolce and Gabbana decides to use stars and music notes to replace the dots. So it is more polka stars or polka notes, rather than polka dots.
Also, this is NOT androgyny. Stefano insisted. Which is true, some looks are boyish but they are still sexy.
One thing about Dolce and Gabbana is they can make everything look cool, which is one of my reasons to loving it so much.
There were so many looks that I love and too highlight just a few is too hard.
So the first look we have a black crochet suit with shorts, knee high socks and leather/lace shoes (see it is not androgyny) with a porkpie hat worn by Arizona Muse, one of the most up and coming rising stars of modeling with her fresh and energetic look, which fits the profile of the Sicilian Boy mood.
And it continues, with star printed cocktail dresses, sleeveless suits, open-back sleeveless white shirts, cropped sweaters, sling pouches, chiffon star printed maxi/evening gowns, fur trimmed coat, sequin coat and pants, bejewelled looks, and music notes on jackets.
Like I said earlier, some were unisex looks. Those leather shoes, and those coats are all men wearable items.
There are so much more that I decide to paste my tweets from when I watch the show to better express myself.
So there you go
calvinchong Calvin Chong That white music noted jacket! I want it asap!! @dolcegabbana 28 Feb Favorite Reply Delete » calvinchong Calvin Chong Twitter is overflow with @dolcegabbana tweets!! 28 Feb Favorite Reply Delete » calvinchong Calvin Chong I want those sequin jackets!!! Any for mens??? I think I can fit even womens! Will die to for it in @dolcegabbana 28 Feb Favorite Reply Delete » calvinchong Calvin Chong Sheer chiffon dress with leather waist pouch. Sensual and cool!! @dolcegabbana 28 Feb Favorite Reply Delete » calvinchong Calvin Chong Extremely sartorial!! A true blue @dolcegabbana show!!!!! 28 Feb Favorite Reply Delete » calvinchong Calvin Chong I want those leather shoes!! @dolcegabbana 28 Feb Favorite Reply Delete » calvinchong Calvin Chong Sleevesless shirt with open back is amazing!!!! @dolcegabbana 28 Feb Favorite Reply Delete » calvinchong Calvin Chong @dolcegabbana replaced polka dots with polkastars!!! 28 Feb Favorite Reply Delete » calvinchong Calvin Chong Teen boy rider look? @dolcegabbana #firstlook
So there you go. Basically I summarized all those into the par earlier. In order to not make this post any longer, let’s all enjoy the photos.
So what do you think about Dolce and Gabbana? Aren’t they one of the best?? So leave a comment below and I will see you in my next post, Au Revoir!