Milan Fashion Week: Dolce & Gabbana, Versace
Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana is rightfully considered the headliner of Milan Fashion Week. Long before the fashion show has became one of the most discussed in Milan. It all started with the theme of the new collection. #DGSecretShow and #DGMillennials are the main tags. On the podium appeared young guys and girls, who are from the same company. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana wanted to show the interests of the millenials, who not only hang out in clubs, but also study traditions and lead an active social life.
On the podium appeared dresses of the 15th century, decorated with family brooches, dresses with vegetable and fruit prints, motley sweaters and adventurous outfits with the image of playing cards. It was not without strongly dressed dresses, which perfectly emphasized the dignity of the figure of models. Women’s looks were complemented by large earrings, handbags on chains, floral jewelry for hair, glasses and crowns.
Donatella Versace continues to honor the memory of deceased brother Gianni Versace. This year it is marked the 20th anniversary of the murder of the great couturier. With words of gratitude for the heritage of the brand, for contributing to the history of fashion, for influencing women began the fashion show of spring – summer collection 2018 in Milan.
“Gianni was unbeatable. He rejoiced at every day he lived and treated his life with a smile. He lived a wonderful life, created amazing looks, which today are the standard, “- Donatella Versace told about the collection.
On the podium appeared the representatives of the younger generation – Gigi and Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Kaia Gerber, Candice Swainpole, Doutzen Crouse and others. And also models of the “golden epoch of supermodels” – Naomi Campbell, Carla Bruni, Helena Christensen, Cindy Crawford and Claudia Schiffer.
The new collection Spring – Summer 2018 is made in the style of the 80s. Everyone remembers these trends in the form of an overstated waist, an abundance of gold and bold leopard prints. It was not without leather overknee boots, bright overalls, deep decollete, patterns on fabric and elements of pop art.