Dominico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana took the fashion world on a glamorous weekend to the slopes for their D&G Diffusion line, with snowy mountains on the screens either side of the runway, for their funky-chic apres-ski wear. As described by D&G, “a wardrobe made for spending time cuddling with boyfriends inside a warm chalet or for sunbathing on the slopes. For happy hour, for shopping time and for all night parties.” Reindeer and snowflake prints featured heavily which I loved, on full-length bodysuits, maxi dresses, sweaters and skirts. For me I love Natasha Poly in the burgundy and white body
My #LFW has been because of the digital revolution and the art of live-streaming, real-time comments on Twitter and I’ve enjoyed it so much. No need for me to stress out over my outfit – is it on trend, do I look skinny, will I fit in. Instead I have watched catwalk shows from the comfort of my bed, office chair and sofa – perfect front row view. I think on one occasion I may have even had make-up on – I know I really dressed for the occasion. But for me, (lets be honest – inviteless), this was the
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPmXlAubjTI Check out Peter Pilotto’s fabulous London Fashion Week show from Selfridges car park.
Who: Twilight star Ashley Greene Wearing: A Barbie tee with the words Don’t Hate Me Because I’m Beautiful on the front of it Buy Her Style: The exact tee from Mighty Fine, £24,99, from TruffleShuffle.co.uk [Pic: Twilightxchange/Truffle Shuffle]
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gySdHpi5Yw You can always rely on Dolce & Gabbana for capturing the moment and drawing you into their world. This is the first in the designers Domenico and Stefano pre-show diary series, capturing them working their creative magic on the catwalk pieces they will wow us with this Sunday 28th February.