Italian model Bianca Balti stars in the Fall/Winter 2011 Dolce & Gabbana jewelry advertisements lensed by Giampaolo Sgura.
Dolce & Gabbana have launched the Velvet Collection, a series of six haute parfumerie scents, each inspired by various parts of Italy.
The scents are a masterful mix of amber, citrus, floral, woody and spiced essences which recreate the Mediterranean mood.
The names of the fragrances are: Velvet Vetiver, Velvet Patchouli, Velvet Wood, Velvet Desire, Velvet Sublime and Velvet Love.
Dolce & Gabbana’s cosmetics collection The Make Up has announced British actress Felicity Jones as its latest spokesmodel.
Jones will begin appearing in Dolce & Gabbana’s The Make Up advertisements early next year.
The first product line the 28-year-old will represent is the Khol Collection, set for release in January.
Following in the footsteps of fellow fashion brands like Tom Ford and Burberry that have also extended their beauty ranges recently, the Italian designers are readying more products for their offering this fall, reports Women’s Wear Daily.
In addition to their Animalier face bronzer, which launched earlier this year, fans of Dolce & Gabbana will be able to shop Perfect Finish Creamy Foundation (15 shades, $55 each) and Passion Duo Gloss Fusion Lipstick (20 shades, $34).
“A woman who applies makeup is doing a very sensual act that captures the attention,” Domenico Dolce told WWD.
The Luxury case is made in Italy out of black leather and shimmery sequins, with gold hardware, a chain shoulder strap with star charms.
The D&G iPad case will set you back a pretty hefty sum of $1,175, which should be able to buy you at least two copies of the WiFi only version of the iPad 2.
Dolce & Gabbana launched its e-commerce site today – together with e-tailer Yoox – with content in seven languages.
The site will display magazine-style catalog through which shoppers can “shop the look.” There are also links to videos of its runway shows and advertising campaigns.
DolceGabbana.com will sell all of the label’s collections, and in order to attract customers quickly, you won’t pay any shipping fees for the first three months.
Following the release of Violent Lips’ zebra- or cheetah-print temporary lip tattoos and the growing popularity of leopard-print eye makeup, Dolce & Gabbana, are jumping on the bandwagon with their new beauty collection Animalier.
Inspired by the Italian designers’ famed feline patterns, the range, which centers around a leopard-print bronzer, launches at the end of May.
“What I especially love about the Animalier collection is that it is so versatile — there are no rules because the palette is so compatible.”
Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana has released its latest summer ads starring actress Scarlett Johansson.
Channeling “Italian Summer Time,” the name of the brand’s summer beauty range, Johansson is wearing a floral bustier dress by the designers, matched with a classic light smoky eye and nude lip gloss.
The eye catcher of the ad is the actress’s magenta nail polish, named Passion, which is sure to become one of this summer’s hottest colors.
Having become a signature of the Dolce&Gabbana brand over the years, the Animalier print sets the tone for the new S/S 2011 sunglass and optical collections.
The sunglasses collection includes three models ranging from a more masculine, aviator style to Sixties-inspired and rounded silhouettes, all expressed through a color palette of poppy red, slate blue, purple orchid, yellow ochre and sapphire.
Here is a look at the new D&G S/S 2011 campaign with Zuzana Gregorova, Keke Lindgard, Julia Turenkova, Jessica Clarke, Mariana Idzkowska, Tobias Sorensen, Simon Nessman and Alexandre Cunha photographed by Mario Testino.
Shot in a picnic at a park setting, these models are having a time of their lives in fun floral prints, gingham, and denim.
Milan is preparing to host its annual men’s fashion show on Saturday, billed as the biggest in the world.
Thirty-six brands including Dolce&Gabbana, Giorgio Armani and Prada are set to take to the catwalks for the four-day fashion festival.
The autumn-winter collection show kicks off on Saturday with top brands including Ermenegildo Zegna, Dolce&Gabbana, Jil Sander and Roberto Cavalli.
The new advertising campaign for Martini Gold by Dolce & Gabbana was unveiled Tuesday in Milan. The spot features Italian actress Monica Bellucci.
The spot was directed by Jonas Akerlund, who had been also directing some really popular music videos for Madonna and Lady Gaga recently.
In the advertisement â€” a tribute to Oscar-winning Italian director Federico Felliniâ€™s â€œLa Dolce Vitaâ€ â€” the designers sit at a table, singing and laughing with Bellucci.
The t-shirts come in 14 different styles and feature signature images of Campbell shot by various renowned fashion photographers. They will sell for $200 each.
All of the proceeds will go to “Fashion for Relief”, which raises money within the fashion industry to help those in times of need and places in need.
Discover a shot not yet revealed of Madonna scrubbing her kitchen floor from the Dolce & Gabbana womenswear winter 2011 campaign by Steven Klein.
Dolce & Gabbana has announced that is dramatically scaling back operations in Japan of its D&G line, which is aimed at the younger fashion market.
They blamed the decision to halt the distribution of the D&G ready-to-wear lines, leather accessories and shoe collections in Japan on the scarcity of available locations for its boutiques and the widespread availability of counterfeit products.
Italian fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have released a teaser for their upcoming film, Quando Quando Quando.
The duo are on a promotion roll lately, with their CNN Revealed portrait having been released just two weeks ago.
Not much is known about Quando Quando Quando: the movie will be released on September 7, but it’s unclear what shape it is going to take.