Tag Archive | "Dolce & Gabbana"

Monica Bellucci X Dolce & Gabbana: Fall 2014 Campaign

Monday, June 24, 2013

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For Fall 2014, Dolce & Gabbana chose to go with the theme of religious naughtiness to show off their wares. Take a look at what we have here – young priests acting badly and gawking down sexy Italian women (played by uber-hot models of course). See more shots after the jump. And by the way, [...]

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Giampaolo Sgura X Enrique Palacios: Dolce & Gabbana Baby Campaign

Sunday, July 8, 2012

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You know a high-end luxury brand is really trying to cash out when they start making attire for babies and toddlers. We can’t deny it though – this ad is shot extremely well. Your thoughts?

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Denim Bottoms X Cropped (& Fitted) Blazers: Totally Loving Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall 2011 Campaign

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

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Denim, a white shirt and a dark blazer; It’s a classic combination that never goes out of style, and somehow when Italians do it, it looks better so much more composed than when other mortal sartorialists attempt to pull it off. We think the trick here is in the proportions of the black suit jacket [...]

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Milano Attitude X Americano Pop Culture: D & G Fall Winter 2011 Collection

Monday, January 17, 2011

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The D&G collection for Fall does a perfect job of mixing Italian style and machismo with elements of American pop culture (Mickey Mouse and Coca Cola). The result is a covetable mish-mash of color, pop-art, European tailoring and youthful energy. Oh, and by the way, check out the black Shearling coat on one of the [...]

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Photographer Stephen Klein X Dolce & Gabbana: Fall/Winter 2010 Campaign

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

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The new ad campaigns for Fall 2010 are starting to trickle into magazines and the web – here is one for Dolce & Gabbana and it really shows once again how the Italians have truly mastered the art of style. Shot in a quaint-looking tailoring shop, the male models show an array of dark-hued looks [...]

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