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Dolce & Gabbana
Inspired by medieval kings, Dolce & Gabbana sent out the models with gold crowns on their heads with suits and coats sporting cathedral prints and rich medieval motifs. The collection takes inspiration from the Norman Kings Ruggero I, Ruggero II, William I, William II, Tancredi, Henry VI, Federico II and Manfredi as well as from the architecture of Norman Sicily as seen in Palermo in the Norman Building, the Cathedral and the Church of the Martorana.
A far-ranging foray into masculine iconographies and the way they are expressed through clothes. Elements and obsessions running from sport to classic, workwear to tailoring, utility to luxury, army to office are taken apart, dissected and re-arranged in a mix that is quintessentially Marni: dry yet soulful, precise with a certain carelessness, graphic. The result is a comprehensive wardrobe that covers the needs and demands of daily life using what is known and familiar in an off-kilter kind of way. Cohesion comes through a loose sense of volume, deceptive textures, fur used as an accent.
It’s all about the jacket as a concept of style and behaviour. The jacket is an anatomical study that reworks the emblem of the Armani universe, bringing an evolutionary element to tradition. After the comfortable deconstructed jacket of the 1970s with its big shoulders, the jacket is now becoming more like the classic cardigan, borrowing from knitwear, with its raglan shoulders and sculpted torso. The result is an athletic male silhouette with a spirit of sobriety.
Bally shapes the new collection around a quintessential wardrobe. Every aspect of a man’s need is considered to form the ideal modern luxury collection of shoes, accessories and clothes resulting in a collection of enduring elegance and confident style.