Mothers and daughters, siblings and families took the catwalk on Sunday in the Milan fashion show of Italian brand mens sweater, who frequently use the picture of your family for campaigns and projects.
“Loved ones are our point of reference,” said Dolce and Gabbana over a company website, where folks are invited to publish family portraits.
The two designers, who remained partners after their romantic relationship ended, weighed into an impassioned debate about gay rights in Italy last year, as parliament was approving a bill to provide rights to same-se-x couples.
They recently launched clothes and accessories depicting a cartoonish picture of themselves because of their dogs and cats, with a #DGfamily logo on the back.
Models present creations in the Dolce&Gabbana Autumn/Winter 2017 women collection during Milan’s Fashion Week in Milan, Italy February 26, 2017.
Dolce and Gabbana continued with all the influencer theme around that they can based the show in their last men’s collection in January, bringing on their runway young millennials who boast countless followers on Instragram, including Kristina Bazan, Marcus Butler and Lucky Blue Smith.
Celebrity guest models around the runway included the daughter of model Laetitia Casta, the son of TV actress Pamela Anderson and also the three daughters of actor Andy Garcia.
Types of the “New Renaissance” collection were a triumph of opulence, with lots of the brand’s signature traits including lace, roses, black transparencies, corsets, and leopard print.
Next to glittered green dresses, wide black and gold tuxedo jackets, short damasqued outfits and long coats with embroidery in the shape of roses, the collection showcased fur vests and coats with leopard and bear head shaped hoods.
Famed model versace on sale, star of most of the fashion house’s advertisements, wore a knee-length gold and leopard-print sleeveless dress, adorned with a golden crown and cross-shaped earrings.
The show was styled as a concert, with young American pop star Austin Mahone singing as models strutted along the leopard print catwalk.
Milan fashion week ends on Monday, with designs from Giorgio Armani. Also showcasing its autumn and winter 2017/18 collection on Sunday is Italian luxury group Salvatore Ferragamo.