I really like the floral pattern trousers, I find most men’s trousers are very boring most of the time – jeans and chinos and very little else when there’s a huge choice of materials and designs out there that could spice things up a bit.
This is by far the best, strongest, menswear collection D&G have produced in seasons. The streetwear element brought the brand up-to-date with a hint of Givenchy-esqe styling (check the sneakers, hoodies and tank tops paired with basket ball shorts). There are still the elements to Dolce & Gabbana’s heritage and the Sicilian tradition but it is all the more fierce when given and sporty twist, namely the sport being bull-fighting. The details and accessories are exciting and I predict a sell out. This was a magnificent example of an age old fashion house modernising and remaining current but true to the personality and tradition on which the house is built.
But you don’t do a look top to bottom in the real world. The items are far too strong to be worn togetherâ€¦use your minds eye and picture the patterned pants with a white shirtâ€¦ the bull t shirt with a pair of black jeansâ€¦the black and white poncho over worn out Levi’sâ€¦they could be AWESOME McCool outfits. You’re just not seeing it.
I was wondering that..and I think, yeah. Most of the pieces could be styled for street wear pretty well. Id especially like to see someone do the black and white capris and loafers with a slouchy black sweater. Be really hot on a guy, I think. I know what you are saying, but they are just all statement pieces, so together its wiggy, but separately it’ll be cool.
Horrifies me to design clothing inspiration from something as cruel as bullfighting, hopefully someday realize that torture of bulls is not a sport or an art which should not let it look like normal or nice