Here are some of my favourite images from the campaign shot in Naples, Italy.
Millennials are the future of brands. Every smart brand is targeting Millennials, so why should it be any different in the luxury space? Millennials include anyone born between the early Eighties, an era predating cell phones, and the early 2000s, the Internet age. Although there was an epic jump in technology during those 20 years, most Millennials … More Why Millennials Are the Future of Luxury
Here is a really interesting article found on Luxury Society that examines how luxury brands need to face all the changes in the fashion and marketing industry. Last week, Luxury Society published a revealing insight into the future of advertising, tackling the options and challenges faced by luxury brands as they move into the digital … More How Luxury Brands Are Leveraging The New Influencers
Here are some examples of the first and most recent collaborations that Dolce & Gabbana did. The Italian house never collaborated with other fashion brands but with celebrities, an Italian football team and other labels that excel in their own field. 2016: Dolce&Gabbana and Smeg have teamed up once again for the design of a … More D&G Collaborations
Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring 2017 collection Millennials took Milan on Sunday for Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring 2017 runway show. For the debut of their “Tropico Italiano” collection, designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana put a fresh spin on the standard star-studded front row, filling its FROW with a throng of cool teens and 20-somethings— a.k.a. … More Tropico Italiano
Dolce & Gabbana’s fabrics and trends of the season Sheer or semi sheer looks are one of the hottest trends to have emerged from the Spring Summer 2016 runways. Lace, tulle, chiffon and net are the leading players of the trends, with billowing silhouettes on one side or figure skimming body con looks on the … More Sheer Luxury Between DNA and seasonal trends
In 2011, Italian designer Dolce & Gabbana announced the ending of its D&G line, but rather than taking this as a sign of struggle, most experts are assuming the brand will strengthen its affinity by combining the two lines. Nearly 20 years old, the D&G line was slightly edgier and more affordable than the main … More Dolce & Gabbana: end of D&G line