I loved this show, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana made a strong and clear statement; inclusivity and feeling good about yourself is something that everyone deserves. The show featured older women, men, all shapes and sizes and kids it’s as if the designers are saying anyone can wear Dolce and Gabbana and be a king or a queen while doing it. What a strong and amazing message and for a big fashion house like this to support inclusivity, is so empowering!
There were many influencers and celebrities walking this show like Helena Christensen, Eva Herzigova, Marpessa Hennink and Ashley Graham.
In terms of the collection itself, there were many gorgeous pieces some that stood out to me was the black-and-white polka dot dress, the outfit that Carla Bruni wore which was a baroque gold and silver three-piece trouser suit. Another favorite of mine was stunning tailored jackets that Dolce & Gabbana does so well. My most favorite part about the show was the designers’ ability to expand the traditional notions of femininity into both over the top flower dresses with a lot of fabric and simple sexy short dresses.
Overall, the designers really thought this show through this can be seen in the message, the thoughtfulness with which all the pieces were picked for every model and the beautiful collection itself.