Posts Tagged ‘D&G’

Milan Fashion Week – D&G – F/W 2011

01/24/2011 Leave a comment

Can we make it official? D&G is responsible for creating the Douche Bag. This 90’s pop-inspried collection? Case in point.

[images via GQ]

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Milan Fashion Week – D&G (Men’s)

02/28/2010 Leave a comment

Okay, so I had the hardest time posting these photos because I thought I was posting repeats by accident. Turns out, I just can’t tell any of the looks in this collection apart! This is basically the womenswear collection with pants.

images via D&G

Milan Fashion Week – D&G

02/25/2010 Leave a comment

Ugh everyone always seems to worship everything D&G puts out, but this collection really fell short for me. I don’t get the whole ski-ware thing – this really feels like a Resort collection for winter, rather than a Winter collection. The snowflake prints are so not glamorous to me, and I don’t think they ever will be. The impracticable-ness of shorts and mini-dresses in winter still doesn’t roll with me – especially paired with the hooker-tastic trend of shorts with Uggs (in this case big furry boots) – and after all that BAM, flowy gowns with women’s suiting.

I was left confused 😦

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Livestream Bonanza

02/25/2010 Leave a comment

D&G Livestreamed their show today, you can watch it here:

(I think it’s incredibly tacky – it’s a weird ski collection, but its composed of booty shorts and short skirts? Those bling-ed out ski goggles aren’t doing the looks any favors.)

Meanwhile, Prada failed at their livestream, some people saw laggy video, I saw absolutely nothing. Prada fail!

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Madonna for D&G – SS 2010

01/21/2010 Leave a comment

So the campaign for D&G is out (yay) – and uh. Fashion houses, didn’t you learn your lesson from Louis Vuitton? Stop using this girl! Oh sure the campaign starts out and you’re like “oh wow, she maybe is aging gracefully, kinda cute” and then…

and then

hello boobs. and then

yeah, that’s how I feel too.

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