HAS A HINT OF 'BAROQUE'
AND IS 'SICILIAN' INSPIRED
MIKE KAGEE FOR WORLD FASHION TRENDS
The starting point of the Dolce&Gabbana 2012/2013
menswear collection in Milan was strong and renowned
for masculine tailoring tradition which is evolved in volumes
and processes experimenting in new cuts and embroidery until
they have a life on their own.
A history that from it's own past finds the impulse to always
look for something new......
The coat is the protagonist of the menswear collection
made in different shapes and in various proportions
as well as the cape called the Tistera typically found
on the Sicilian country side.
Typical of Italian tradition but processed and
treated in new ways (Boiled, painted, aged)
such as pinstripe, herringbone, velvet and
Prince of Wales with which jackets, coats
and pants are made.
Precious Baroque inspired embroideries are
all made of filigree threads.
Shapes are the natural evolution of Italian tailoring
tradition so evident in a Dolce&Gabbana collection.
Shoes embroided and charactised by garters worn over
painted and rounded toe-shoes. Also present are Sicilian
caps and romantic ribbon bow-ties.
All the grey hues with hints of bordeaux
dark green and camel
Sountrack from Giuseppe Verdi by Luciano Pavarotti
2012/2013 MENSWEAR COLLECTION