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The Dolce & Gabbana Fashion Label

An artistic fashionable fusion of the designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana

An artistic fashionable fusion of the designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, the Italian fashion brand was founded in 1982. However, it was not until 1985, that the two partners got an opportunity to showcase their talent on a cast-catchy platform, as they were invited by Beppe Modenese, to have their first runway show in Milan, Italy. The fashion label’s staged collection, Real Women, received many plaudits, encouraging the pair to follow the storied legacy with a knitwear, beachwear and lingerie. Their first men’s collections appeared in 1990 and since then they have successfully explored the market of fragrances, handbags, shoes, eyewear etc.

It initially had two central lines: Dolce & Gabbana which specialized in luxurious items, flaunted by the likes of Madonna and Scarlett Johansson, and D & G which was a diffusion for every young and flamboyant. The two lines merged in 2012. The fashionables accenting the famous profile of the label, are:

  • Sartorial collection for men and women
  • Fragrances
  • Cosmetics
  • Footwear
  • Eyewear
  • Handbags
  • Watches
  • Jewellery

Known for stunning sartorial content, accented with high quality fabrics, drooling color palettes and the intrinsic Mediterranean looks, Dolce & Gabbana fashion brand has become the DNA of style and undying vogue.

This brings us to the conclusion of another fashion catwalk. Keep inspiring your fashionable self, till we meet for the next explore.

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Isabel Marant

Isabel Marant looks to the Far East for inspiration

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Isabel Marant looks to the Far East for inspiration

Paris’ queen of cool Isabel Marant has her mind in the tribes once again. She doesn’t disappoint by dishing effortless chic albeit with an ethnic slant.

Turning her attention to the Middle East, dangerously low-slung harem pants were paired with tiny flared jackets with frayed ends,

all pulled together by lace-up embellishment that Marant just cannot get enough of made many an appearances on everything from full on jackets to cropped tops to waist accents. Perfect to add on to Marant’s earlier, cleaner pieces.


Max Mara
Good Girl Gone Bad
Max Mara stages a timely fashion rebellion

Italian purveyor of fine coats Max Mara is tossing sartorial rules to the wind and making them up as they go along.

This Spring, Max Mara turns traditions on its head with fun fashion. Anyone for way-too long sleeves and asymmetrical buttons that mimics buttoning up wrongly?

And if these kooky styling antics are not enough to get your groove on, how about head-to-toe star prints? Add nautical stripes and oversized duffle bags with rope handle ensure an authentic nautical experience.

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Chloe takes us back to a time

Clare Waight Keller at Chloe does atheleisure on her own

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SF: Chloe takes us back to a time when fashion was all fun and games

Clare Waight Keller at Chloe does atheleisure on her own terms.

“This season’s collection is a tribute to girls named Kate, Chloé, Cecilia, Corinne, Rosemary, Emma, and Courtney, who embody the liberty and the elegance of a perfectly mastered and excessively lived simplicity.”

Memories of the haughty ‘90s came flooding back with an updated spin.

Shiny track pants were worn with off-shoulder lace blouses, snug body suits were tucked into floaty maxi skirts,

racy bandeaux peeked out of overalls, the insouciance of the collection offered a joyful take on style that has nearly been forgotten. Pretty sporty right about sums it all up.

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