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We gave the Dolce & Gabbana mens show high marks. Keep reading to she how the sister label’s D&G Spring 2012 show did.
While the Dolce & Gabbana show focused on neural tones; D&G brought the spice. The prints conjure up images of clothes from the 70?s and vintage Versace. I have said it again and again but next season every man should have at least one printed trouser in his closet. (Just to make a statement)
The duo also focused on denim in this collection. While many thought the whole denim trend was getting trite this collection breathed new life into it. The blue denim waistband on the bottoms add a certain underground feel which contradicts and complements all at the same time.
When on the topic of denim, D&G has stamped it’s approval on “The Canadian Tuxedo.” Denim on denim can many times appear sloppy or just trashy but with the right proportions and washes it can look expensive.
The D&G collection overall was very strong. The prints and designs are ridiculously inspiring. Now the question in the fashion world’s mine is will the womens collection live to the hype?