D&G F/W 2010/2011 / MFW Day-02

If there is anything Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana love, aside from a bustier, it’s a theme, particularly for their D&G collection. So when the lights went down and the video of snow-capped peaks went up at their show on Thursday, it was obvious that, just as they did for men’s, the boys were hitting the slopes. Or, more likely, the lodge, as these girls, cozied up in cute, cropped sweaters; teeny knit bloomers, and tube tops accessorized with glittery goggles and knee-high fur boots, were strictly snow bunnies. It was an adorable Alpine escapade, central to which were fresh, Nordic knits done in combinations of maroon and ivory and gray and ivory, some sporting a reindeer or two. And sweaters — cabled turtlenecks; sweet, belted dresses, and pouf-sleeved tops — weren’t the only use of the motif. It was appropriated for prints on filmy chiffon tie-neck blouses and frothy skirts that added a nice lightness to the look, which ranged from bundled — pilings of sweaters and robust furs — to bare — a skimpy onesie that brings new meaning to northern exposure.

© by WWD / Photos by Mauricio Miranda

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