Thursday, May 26, 2022

D&G handed its bags to the drones at the Milan Fashion Week

MILAN, Italy: Surprises after surprises, Milan Fashion Week threw its another stunt as fashion ensemble Dolce & Gabbana (D & G) handed its bags to the drones on Sunday.

According to a report, this added a forty-minute delay to the show as D&G took its time recalling names of those who were still connected to the Wifi or data connection despite earlier precautionary announcements to avoid any interference with the drones during the show.

With designers, fashion bloggers, and socialites seated in bulk, the attempt to ditch instant broadcasting on social media but embracing the new technical strategy via drones astonished all.

However, the ramp did not absolutely ditch the models as Kitty Spencer, Maddi Waterhouse, Ladies Violet, and Eliza Manners among many others walked in D&G’s latest collection ‘Fashion Devotion’ – possessing contemporary etiquettes for church-likely apparels.

Donned up in gothic, whimsical and millennial-likely dress code, D&G ramped up a Generation X edition intoned with church-likely ensemble this year around.

Updates from Sunday showed a collection that was stitched, bejeweled and embellished with fishnet, sweatshirts, corsets, bows, graphics, angels, labels and all the very quintessential designs.

The collection was meant to pay homage to the baroque Oratorio di Santa Cita church in Palermo, Sicily – island of Dolce’s birth.

Source: The News

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