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.” Continue reading →
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.
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.
The new drink comes to the shelves in a lavish gold bottle in a black case.
Swide.com reports that the Martini Gold vermouth is a refined blend of “bergamot from Calabria, lemons from Sicily as well as oranges, Spanish saffron, myrrh from Ethiopia, ginger from India, and cubebe pepper from Indonesia.” Continue reading →
Gucci recently unveiled its first children’s range, joining the likes of Burberry, Dior, and Dolce & Gabbana who have all introduced kids’ clothes in past years.
It is no surprise that more and more labels are moving into this market, since children’s clothes are more affordable than the designers’ main lines and can buy customers a little piece of their branded universe without splurging.
Here is a selection of children-friendly designers — and who knows, maybe that lower-priced Burberry scarf is even going to fit you. Continue reading →