The #DGfamily campaign was brought to life on the runway, as mothers and daughters, siblings and families took to the Milan catwalk for Dolce & Gabbana, who celebrated the family, as well as diversity in size, height, age and ethnicity with its celebrity customers.
“Family is our point of reference,” said Dolce and Gabbana on a company website, where people are invited to post family portraits.
Dolce and Gabanna once again followed the influencer theme and brought young millennials who boast millions of followers on Instragram to their runway, while bringing in celebrity guest models.
The insta-models included Kristina Bazan, Marcus Butler and Lucky Blue Smith.
Pieces of the “New Renaissance” collection were adorned with the house’s signature floral prints and Sicilian embroideries. Key designs included many of the brand’s signature traits including lace, roses, black transparencies, corsets, and leopard print.
Next to glittered green dresses, wide black and gold tuxedo jackets, short damasqued outfits and long coats with embroidery in the shape of roses, the collection showcased fur vests and coats with leopard and bear head shaped hoods.
The show was styled as a concert, with young American pop star Austin Mahone singing as models strutted down the leopard print catwalk.