Actually, Dolce & Gabbana used to great fashion before it became commercial, millenial-loving (duh) trash. With a backdrop of blossoming trees and lace curtains, Stefano and Domenico‘s glitzy glamour met power-dressing and… Madonna! I guess the fans of Material Girl went through an orgy after they saw those heavily beaded T-shirts with the musician’s most iconic album covers (as pictured above in Steven Meisel’s advertising campaign starring Gisele Budchen). But in 2001, Dolce & Gabbana brought some of the most chic suits to their runway, as well as Monica Belluci approved sheer eveningwear. Those were the times.
Publication: Love Magazine #14 Fall Winter 2015
Model: Adriana Lima, Alek Wek, Carolyn Murphy, Cierra Skye, Dree Hemingway, Gisele Bundchen, Iman Abdulmajid, Julia Nobis, Lily Donaldson, Missy Rayder, Raquel Zimmermann, Riley Montana, Sasha Pivovarova
Photographer: David Sims
Fashion Editor: Katie Grand
THere is my small moodboard of my favourite pieces for AW13- few bags, few pairs of shoes and one biker jacket that is the biggest IT piece of the season! I like to do collages on my photoshop, and hopefuly you will like the first one with Natalia Vodianova and Chanel vinyl boots with chans! This season feels a lot like punk, so Saint Laurent boots and spiked Anthony Vaccarello heels by Stella Luna are just the right thing this season. Also, my in my heart I have a space for Animal prints and everything that is animal like- Tom Ford boots that are mind blowing and Fendi Baguette clutches that remind colourful, furry monsters! This is all how I feel like at the moment!Tom Ford zebra printed heels look marvelous and very wild!Anthony Vaccarello spiked heels by Stella LunaPrada short boots are very GRUNGE!Fendi Creatures Mass ATTACK!!!!!!!!Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane… Best. No comment.Tom Ford high boots in different prints! Illusion, zebra, modern paterns, embroidered flowers… Wild kitsch is controlled by Mr. Tom again.Versece, Versace, VersaceThe season’s must have- Saint Laurent biker jacket!LISTENING: Debbie Harry as Blondie (Andy Warhol)