Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2018 Menswear

Monday, June 19, 2017

Dolce & Gabbana held Menswear show during Milan Men's Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2018 on June 17, 2017 in Milan, Italy.



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There was plenty of second-generation famous, including Dylan Brosnan (son of Pierce), Brandon Lee (son of Tommy and Pamela), Tyler Clinton (nephew of Bill), Myles O’Neal (son of Shaquille), Sacha Bailey (son of David), Roberto Rossellini (son of Isabella), and Tuki Brando (grandson of Marlon). Among the girls included a Greek princess and a cluster of Stallones, and there were self-made selfie-natives in the form of Italian musician Tedua and American artist Raury Deshawn Tullis. The house handed out a cheat sheet listing many of these names alongside their Instagram handles and follower count.


The clothes were as eclectic as the cast. A playing-card king motif and revived takes on print and color inspired by Memphis (the design movement born in Milan just as Dolce & Gabbana were themselves starting out as twentysomethings) played through it, along with a stalking leopard-and-tiger jungle print and Japan-esque prints inspired by their recent Alta Moda excursion to Tokyo. There were hand-painted jeans, tweaked silhouette pajama suits printed with images of the brand’s popular hand-scrawled trainers, and a high-production oversized sequin king-motif tee. There was also a series of interestingly progressive double-breasted cropped bomber jackets in black or olive that came peppered with patches urging eternal love. Despite last night’s sartorial show, suiting was included, too: a silver-flecked tux jacket featuring a shawl collar in silver sequins, a two-piece in Japan-esque jacquard, and a black silk suit with a storm of falling playing cards. Accessories included some Memphis printed D&G logo totes with hashtag handles.



 



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