Today was the last day of the Milan fashion week and the first idea was to make a compiled of the top looks. But when I saw the Dolce & Gabbana fashion show I could not select just a few pictures. What amazing pieces, so many colors, patterns, materials, fabrics, appliques, embroidery, Phew! Deserved a post just for it.
Titled “Fashion devotion” the collection showed many Renaissance printed images merged with pop patches! Silk bomber jackets (with cherubs wings coming out of the back), many angels images with brocade fabrics, lace and sequins.
Watch how beautiful it was and hold on because probably at the end of the post you leave wanting to create a pattern, an outfit, or customize something around you.
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The Chinese new year begins on the the next February 16 and to celebrate the year of the dogGucci launched this super collection with a very kitchy vibe witch I loved! In honor to man’s best friend (cats are also okay), The collection features sweatshirts, polos, bomber jackets, bags, backpacks, wallets and watches. Inspired by the Alessandro Michele dogs – the boston terriers Bosco and Orso – the illustrations were made by Helen Downie (@unskilledworker). Check it out these inspiring photos, colors, scenarios, filters and details! I want everything! Even the dogs!
The campaign was photographed by Petra Collins and resulted in colorful images in light tones, which seems that come out of those teenager magazines that we rediscover when opening a treasure chest of memories.
The bomber jaquet pattern is wonderful but what about the couch behind? Wich house they founded it? Positive points to the production.
Those who follow oriental designs know cute design, pink and glitter appear quite be in packaging, clothes or commercials. That’s why I thought the concept of the photo above was assertive, it brings the oriental aesthetic in a subjective way.
Now, if you ask me, Jules, what did you enjoy most at this campaigning? I answer you: “the damask couch lined with plastic!!!!!! Yes, that’s right. I don’t know if is because it brought memories of childhood, or because it’s so fancy and kitchy. There are things that you just can’t explain! So lovely lovely!
Inspired by the colors and textures of the scenarios I selected some pieces to a guccianhome decor! Let’s dare because life needs daring!
So obsessed with these photos! And for these dresses! Created by designers Silvia Chiteala and Laura Cazacu, Chatronette is a brand based in Romania, that makes beautiful dresses, different, creative, with lots of embroidery, flowers, tulle and colors. Frida Kahlo and art nouveau are just some of the many inspirations of the designers. With an amazing art direction, the pictures have a concept inspired by Sophia Coppola, Tim Burton and Frida Kahlo, and are filled with dream, magic and surrealism.
“We create these imaginary worlds, because the world needs stories and see ourselves as Visual storytellers.” – they say.
I love everything in this picture, the color palette, the gradients, the scenery, the balloons … But I would really like to see the size of the bench that is underneath the dress model. 🙂
Click below to see more pictures and amazing videos of some making-offs < 3