Dolce & Gabbana

DOLCE AND GABBANA

Dolce & Gabbana

Dolce and Gabbana, one of the leading brands in the fashion industry, was founded in 1985, in Legnano by two Italian designers: Domenico  Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.

Fate brought them together in 1980 designing as assistants for a fashion house in Milan. They quickly realized they shared the same passion for fashion and decided to cooperate and create their own brand under the label “Dolce & Gabbana”.

Dolce & Gabbana: Italian Style

The Mediterranean DNA which runs into the veins of the brand, is definitely their striking feature. Though their style evolves throughout the years, their loyalty to the Italian character remains profound.

Elegant and classy, innovative yet respectful to tradition, the Italian duo with its statement pieces, has quickly imposed their impeccable style on a worldwide basis.

Inspired by Italy’s film history and Sicilian culture, Dolce and Gabbana have managed to create a strong and authentic identity, which distinguishes them from every other brand in the fashion industry.

Dolce & Gabbana Italian Style

Dolce & Gabbana Designs

Dolce & Gabbana clothes address to women that are strong and confident, love their body and dare to expose it in a sexy but classy way.

The Dolce & Gabbana contemporary woman is multitasking and successful in her personal and professional life.

The man that represents the philosophy of the brand is strong and independent, knows that style reflects their personality and lies in details, so his style is impeccable and unique.

Dolce & Gabbana

The most iconic Dolce & Gabbana clothes

Some of their trademarks include the sensual and feminine “Sicilian dress” which was considered to be among the 100 most important  dresses designed, animal prints as a result of their inspiration by the bohemian style, underwears worn as outwears and gangster boss pinstripe suits.

Sophia Lauren, Monica Bellucci, Madonna, Isabella Rossellini, Kylie Minogue and Angelina Jolie are only a few of the celebrities that show their preference to those two designers.

The unanimous warm support of the start system is clearly another element that contributes to the success story of the two Italian men.