All About Dolce & Gabbana

Since the early 80's Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana's have consistently produced remarkable fashion that has revolutionized sensuality in both men and women.

Designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have become nothing but iconic figures in the world of fashion.Since their first encounter as assistants in a Milan atelier, Dolce and Gabbana's mutual interest for fashion ultimately developed into one of the most prominent labels in the industry.

Both born in the stylistic Mediterranean, Dolce studied fashion while Stefano honed his skills in the area of graphic design.With their combined talents, they started a fashion studio in 1982 and gave a small taste of the Dolce & Gabbana name at the 1985 Milano Collezioni show where they were presented as "New Talent". It was not until 1986 that they unveiled their first formal show of women's ready-to-wear fashions.Their first collection garnered an enormous amount of praise from the industry and served as a catalyst to their future achievements.In 1989, they presented their women's wear in Tokyo, where they also opened a boutique.The consecutive years that followed led to their first men's collection, a collection of underwear and beachwear as well as a joint presentation of their men's and women's wear in New York.

Dolce & Gabbana's clothing contains aesthetic elements that push the envelope of eroticism and sexuality.By mixing shades Mediterranean characteristics with their contemporary take on fashion, they produce some of the finest pieces seen in couture today. From their bold animal prints to their unique use of the basic black, they draw inspiration from various worldly eccentricities.Their women's wear glorifies feminine sensuality to the fullest while maintaining a subtle amount of masculinity.Much of their women's wear tends to dispel modesty and prides every inch of the female body.Without shame, they provide numerous provocative suggestive pieces, namely with their innovative use of fasteners and underwear as outerwear""particularly with their revolution of the corset.With men, they modernize classic looks with confident black pinstripe suits, cutting edge everyday wear and other components of sophisticated sleekness that make men totally cognizant of a detail-oriented appearance.Since the label's beginning, it has grown so immense that it has been categorized into two primary brands.The original name, Dolce & Gabbana, contains some of their exclusive collections and haute couture while the other label D&G is more youthful and casual.With a numerous amount of boutiques located around the world, Dolce & Gabbana provides a countless array of high quality clothing, fragrances and accessories.


With their main aim of producing the best designs within their capacity, they keep their designs consistent and set trends rather than follow them.Their flattering clothing that is laced with cool fetishism has gained them a constant celebrity fan base.Some have even served as muses for the design duo.For one of their first collections, they drew inspiration from actresses Sophia Loren and Anna Maganani to create intricate designs containing a complex array of fasteners. In addition, celebrities like Isabella Rosselini, Demi Moore, Nicole Kidman, David and Victoria "Posh Spice" Beckham have all remained devoted to the designers and utilized their designs to become distinct fashion templates to society.Probably one of the biggest celebrities to make use of Dolce & Gabbana's talent is Madonna.In 1993, the designers costumed the shockingly sexy icon's "Girl Show Tour" by donning her and her dancers with their erotically singed couture.

Dolce & Gabbana's work shines with an unbelievable amount of flair.Their talents have earned them awards in the industry including the Woolmark Award for their men's collection in 1991 and the Perfume Academy award for "Best Fragrance of the Year".Blessed with unlimited creativity and unapologetic sensuality, Dolce & Gabbana maintains their position in the fashion industry as purveyors of style.

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