Photographer: Mark Drew
By Martin Waitt, April 10th, 2012
By Kayi Tsang, April 2nd, 2012
Green with envy, mellow for yellow, and pretty in pink: this is the answer for lace for spring 2012. It’s time to give a playful twist to your usual black and white lace outfits and add some color to the lace pieces in your wardrobe. Read on to see what colorful lace pieces CITYist has found on the runways and what alternatives are in store now to start brightening up your day.
Photographer: Kristiina Wilson
Photographer: Kristiina Wilson
PHOTOGRAPHER: LARA JADE
By Martin Waitt, January 7th, 2012
For Spring/Summer Dolce & Gabbana took us on a trip to 1950’s Italy with it’s ready to wear collection featuring bold prints of tomatoes, peppers and other veggies you would find in any Italian outdoor market. Accompanying these bold looks were some unique and very tasty accessories. Click after the jump for a look at our faves.
By Mackenzie Gavel, May 9th, 2011
Kylie Minogue’s “Les Folies Tour” began on February 19th, and just recently she has touched down in the US! A visionary, she has been awing fans with her music, as this tour, in which she will be dressed in outfits created for her by Dolce & Gabbana, follows the release of her latest album, “Aphrodite”.
By Ying Lam, September 28th, 2010
Innovative minds Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have just opened a multi-brand store in Milan: Spiga2. A fantastic concept and inspirational to boot, it will sell Dolce&Gabbana accessories and various young designer’s collections. The Spiga2 space is simple and sophisticated—it resembles a glamourous closet rather than a store. With brands such as Kinder Aggugini (based in London), Heather Williams (based in New York), Araks (based in New York), Fausto Puglisi (based in Milan), Girls From Omsk (based in Bruxelles) and many more, young designer’s collections from all over the world have been personally chosen by Mr. Dolce and Mr. Gabbana to be sold at their store. The fashion veterans came up with the concept because they wanted to offer newer designers from various cultures a helping hand in the fashion world. Now that’s what we call mentoring.
By Tiffany Yannetta, September 13th, 2010
If you missed any of the excitement (or the madness) from this year’s FNO, we’ve got you covered. Take a peek after the cut of some of the night’s highlights from this year, like Naomi Campbell’s 14 dopplelgangers at Dolce&Gabbana, the bombshells at Victoria’s Secret, celebs at Dior, Ralph Lauren and DKNY, and oh yea—the showering Lacrosse players Gant featured in its windows.
PHOTOGRAPHY: TIM ZARAGOZA
By Marquita Harris, July 13th, 2010
Madonna and Dolce & Gabbana have joined forces again for the upcoming Fall/Winter 2011 campaign. Shot by Steven Klein, the crisp black and white photos feature Ms. Ciccone reconnecting with her namesake’s roots, while cinematic she-wolf and Italian actress Anna Magnani plays inspiration behind the pop powerhouse’s character. Each frame represents an introspective view into a charming yet everyday Italian lifestyle: picking up items from the market with her son (think: Magnani’s flick Mamma Roma), attending Sunday family brunch, mending a skirt with granny and (a personal fave) grappling with chickens in a rosette-clad jacket. The verdict? Madonna looks beautiful, and the lifestyle is enviable. And any collection where one can rock crucifixes on the street and not look like a clergy member is kind of thrilling.
By Eva Medoff, March 31st, 2010
Photography: Randall Mesdon
Photography: Albert Watson
By Tiffany Yannetta, March 16th, 2010
Not only is Madonna the face of Dolce&Gabbana’s Spring 2010 campaign, but she’s also lent a hand in creating the line’s new sunglass collection, appropriately titled MDG. The collection is composed of six styles, all scheduled for a May 2010 debut, and features oversized frames and wraparound silhouettes that are perfect for sneaking around the city while trying to escape the summer heat.