Dolce & Gabbana
January 15, 2018 - fall Denim
This collection was entitled King’s Angels. Thanks to serendipity (and a beauty contract) The King of a North happened to be during a show. So what would he think? A idea that Jon Snow competence be into a brownish-red long-hair shearling ragged by Roberto Rossellini didn’t stick. But when he speckled a demeanour sported by Luke Shields—a black mid-length shearling, a black brocaded suit, and a fashionable wide-brimmed hat—Kit Harrington released his decree: “that’s my outfit!”
This was another millennials uncover in that scion sons of famous families, and some who have done their possess fame, walked a Metropole runway, many of them wearing crowns. It non-stop with a prolonged filmed montage identifying them before a screen rose to exhibit a mise-en-scene of 5 opening looks ragged in front of a putti-inlaid marble ballroom backdrop. Christian Combs, Austin Mahone, and Cameron Dallas got walking in a array of gold-brocaded tailcoats over slim pin-striped pants: dynastic rigging as illusory by Dolce Gabbana.
As a collection unfolded so a menswear genres and durations a designers drew from broadened. There was poignant display of closely-fitted large-lapel suits in colors that ran from pink, lilac, and immature to Harrington’s favorite all-black, and came possibly brocaded, pinstriped, embroidered, or all three. Frogged velvet jackets were teamed with silk jacquard pants and jewelled slippers. A red brocade fit was ragged underneath an overcoat of ripped adult and refashioned denim jeans. Tracksuits in velvet or silk jersey were heaped with collaged embroideries of heraldry, sequined shorts were ragged with collegiate-stripe oversized festooned sweatshirts, and a ceramic-floral bomber coupler was surfaced by a trek fashioned to resemble a golden angel.