Dolce&Gabbana, the enchantment of authenticity



It is rigorous, refined, sophisticated, at times aristocratic. It is "Sleek." Dolce&Gabbana's new men's collection is a manifesto of elegance and contemporaneity. Add to that the fact that black is the predominant color and you're done. The 62 looks take the power of tailoring to another level; quality and style do the rest. This collection is another way of saying, "what we do we know how to do well."
In the runway show for next fall-winter, inside the former Metropol cinema in Milan, where a sculptural staircase cuts through the center of the catwalk in a new and scenic setting, the audience-among the guests was Jeff Bezos-was able to retrace the cornerstones of Dolce&Gabbana: a history of impeccable detailing and seductive handmade. But nothing seen before or too classic: the simple enchantment that only purity of style can evoke, with no need for excess.

Few distractions. Ties, tuxedos and suits, predominantly in black, but also the more informal looks, follow a precise inclination: that toward purity of lines that fuses glamour and tailoring. Daywear becomes more relaxed through games of geometric cuts and new proportions; in the evening, on the other hand, the sleek look becomes shiny with coats, jackets and pants embroidered with sequins or applied stones with a pinstripe effect.

Authentic garments, characterized by perfect cuts and delicate proportions, found especially in jackets and coats. Intense, graphic, iconic, Sicilian Black is the absolute protagonist, interrupted here and there by flashes of white, gray, camel and denim. A few hints of animalier. Accessories also become sophisticated: soft clutches, precious brooches, flowers on footwear. Between refined details and clean lines, the essence of the brand evolves to stay true to itself.

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