I love the spring/summer 2011 collection from Donatella Versace, as always it was all about female sensuality with great tailored pieces, with pops of colour and brilliant red carpet potential. Once again white was a main focus, it is going to be huge next season, but Donatella also mixed in teal, red, black and gold numbers in a sophisticated collection. What stood out for me with this collection had to be the sporty sheath dresses with cutaway shoulders, contrasting colour piping, and the below-the-knee cut of the sleek dresses. But as always when I check out a Versace collection, I
This show from Dolce & Gabbana felt like a singer putting on a greatest hits concert, which is quite fitting as apparently this is their 25th year of working together. This seasons show is all about it returning to heritage, sartonalita – Italian style tailoring. Titled, Sartonalita, Siciliantia, Sensualita, definatley was felt within their tailored leopard-prints, lacy underwear, flashes of colour, mix-matched prints with polka-dots paired with leopard print, and all strutted down the runway to a great musical score. Ewan McGregor and Nicole Kidman (not in person of course) provided the finale with ‘Come What May’ from Moulin Rouge –
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dko7NCebp8w Only a few hours before the Dolce & Gabbana Winter 2011 women’s fashion show, designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are discussing their inspirations behind the collection in an exclusive online press conference. I have been glued to their wonderful pre-show diaries series and after seeing where the inspiration and them both talk about the clothes that they are sending down the runway – I am so excited to see this show. The catwalk show is live online at http://live.dolcegabbana.com as well as streaming for the first time live on an iPhone at http://live.dolcegabbana.mobi I can’t wait!!
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbGoMh0nlxA The second in the series of pre-show diaries capturing designers Domenico and Stefano ahead of the Dolce & Gabbana catwalk show on Sunday.
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