Dolce and Gabbana autumn 2016 campaign goes, family-oriented. The campaigns create a sense of unity with children, grandparents, mothers, fathers, and even some spontaneous passers such as painters, makeup artists and hairdressers and far beyond the typical portrait of the family. Shot by Domenico Dolce, with Stefano Gabbanas artistic direction, the campaign star Ashleigh good, Vittoria Ceretti, Giulia Mainini, Monica Bellucci, Sora Choi, Tami Williams, Esmeralda Seay-Reynolds, Olga Serova, Misa Patinszki, John Halls, sang-Woo Kim, Andy Walters, Paul Coster, Jen chun, Adonis Bosso, Alexander Yoshii, Davide Di Sciascio, Max Guerra, Simone Susinna, Simone Curto, Jock Ingram, Alessio Caroccia, Stefano Seminara, Simone Schiavoi, as well as an array of cameos.
Did you maybe Dolce & Gabbanas autumn/winter-2016 airstrip to catch a show at Milan fashion week? The entire collection and presentation was Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana of the empowering Ode to motherhood: who went pregnant women, mothers and daughters start and runway together, and many brought childlike art, as well as the phrase, “I love you, Mama” in various languages of clothing posted. The whole thing was a nice feminist twist has different fashion show on your garden, and now things the brand a step further with their latest advertising campaign. Yes, the Dolce and Gabbana fall/winter-2016 campaign is the best ever features multi generations fabulousness… and it somehow.
Basically is it like some kind of took Lanvin’s campaign 2015 spring/summer, and pushed it to the next level (Lanvin’s campaign showed a couple real-Life mother daughter pairs, as well as some pairs of siblings, and the overall effect was very, very cool – especially as it featured some legends). D & G of the new show not two, have not just one, but several generations of Couture-wearing people – every one of Grandpa and Grandma (random to eat spaghetti, because of course) to the latest additions to the family for what looks like a collection of surreal well-dressed group portraits are present.
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