Dolce & Gabbana, has always stayed ahead – a brand not afraid to metamorphose with the current climate and presents their latest ready-to-wear collection as a digital fashion show, with all pieces available to buy now.
‘It is the only way now’ says Domenico Dolce, ‘It is a completely new journey for Dolce & Gabbana; now you can watch the show, the looks, the accessories and then go directly to buy them on the e-commerce site.’ It’s a method that has been slowly growing in recent years, Victoria’s Secret and Tommy Hilfiger have made similar efforts, but it’s truly never been so chic, a straight off the runway collection from Dolce & Gabbana is a major moment in fashion history.
The collection itself, titled Walking in the Street, is different to typical Dolce & Gabbana Baroque grandeur too. Of course, all the quintessential Italian charm of the house stays strongly present but a more relaxed and streetwear je ne sais quoi hums throughout the collection.
‘Locked in our houses for the second time we remembered the 1990s when we used to go to New York and look at the people walking in the street; the way they dressed and the accessories they used to carry, so we imagined how the life of a girl could be nowadays,’ says Domenico Dolce. ‘We thought of a woman, who although obliged to wear a mask, can go around the city and move in a careless way. We created this collection which has a relaxed mood with a lot of sneakers, bags, blazers and denim. We wanted to have something that could mirror the current times but starting from our codes and DNA,’ adds Stefano Gabbana.
Safety pin embellished ripped jeans, crisp white tees and sleeveless printed blazers are at the core of the collection which perfectly embodies the new workwear we adopt in the times of a world in lockdown. A new urban edge runs rife across the Dolce & Gabbana style staples we all know and love making the perfect day to night wardrobe which really can take you anywhere.
For Dolce & Gabbana’s male fans, ‘This is just the first episode and we’ll do the same for men’s collections as well,’ confirms Stefano Gabbana.
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