dolce and gabbana

  • Miley Cyrus' brother makes his catwalk debut for Dolce & Gabbana

    Braison Cyrus has many talents

  • Model sparks ‘embrace acne’ movement after walking the runway with pimples

    There’s a widespread perception that models have naturally flawless skin, but one model is on a mission to debunk that image of perfection by embracing her skin, acne and all — and she’s encouraging others who struggle with skin blemishes to do the same. When Starlie Smith, or “Queen Starlie” as her Instagram fans know her, strutted the catwalk at the Dolce & Gabbana show during Milan Fashion Week last month, it wasn’t her perfectly-coiffed raven tresses that had the Internet talking. “Here’s some acne positivity,” one person commented in a Reddit thread, alongside a runway photo of Starlie where she displays less than flawless skin.

  • Every talking point from Fashion Week AW17, from pink pussy hats to plus-size models

    Due to recent events, this season of Fashion Week has been filled with messages of inclusivity, from politics to body image.

  • Dolce & Gabbana Rips Off ... Its Own Clothes

    “What can be called ‘new’ in clothing?” Yves Saint Laurent asked an Elle reporter in 1971, after the release of what critics deemed a tasteless retrospective. “From peplum to stockings, everything has been done and redone a hundred times.” Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce, the founders and creative heads of Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana, did more than pay tribute to their archives; they recycled parts of them in their most recent runway show. Three of the dresses presented during the Feb. 26 Milan Fashion Week event had already been shown on the D&G runway — 12 years ago.