Shot by: Mariano Vivanco
Dolce&Gabbana was started by the Italian designers Domenico Dolce & Stefano Gabbana in Milan, Italy. Their clothing designs are usually clean-cut, black in color and geometric in shape.
2 types of line:
Dolce&Gabbana: specializes in formal and timeless luxury items, responding to long-term trends rather than seasonal changes . They also sell elegant sunglasses, wallets and watches.
D&G: is a slightly more casual line that follows an urban inspiration and attempts to set trends rather than follow them. It is the younger, more flamboyant line of the brand. D&G sells watches as well as clothing. It’s gaining popularity fast in Tokyo especially amongst young Japanese men & women.
La mia Collezione / My collection:
“When you see the pants or the skirt in profile, you see the movement of the body. I make this for the men and I want to make the same for woman, because the movement, the woman now is always, she wants to be sexy but in movement.”
Kiko Mizuhara, Elli-Rose Vancliffe, Sachiko Omori, YUYA and Joe.
My 2nd year of FNO and I have to say a big thanks to Anna Wintour for inventing this crazy party! This event is for everyone from commoners to V.I.P.s. The purpose of FNO is to enjoy a night of shopping and at the same time be part of a fashion for a cause party. 16 countries celebrates this chic event in major cities like New York, Paris, Tokyo, London, Sydney and Milan.
In Tokyo, famous celebrities, top models, dj’s and the fashion industry superclass open the ceremony at 5:30/6:00. Following this is shopping time or as I call it “Brand Hopping”. You go to different boutiques and shops and check new trends. Some people buy cool clothes or just get drunk on free champagne and cocktails or snack on enticing finger foods like foie gras. Might as well indulge!
I’m not exactly sure what they do for the closing ceremony because by that time I am smashed and on my way to the next after party! The best things in life really are free.