Cherry Blossom at Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda
Dolce & Gabbana brought Alta Moda to Tokyo for the first time celebrating Italian style in their unique style. Perfectly timed by the Cherry Blossom season, the most beautiful time in Japan, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana personally presented their high couture collection at the Tokyo National Museum. In a dream scene inspired by pink and white flowers in bloom, 95 looks were presented to Japan high fashion society and international power players.
“Stefano and Domenico are just getting better and better” , commented Kelly Prehn, China’s most powerful woman in fashion. “They are creating the most gorgeous, feminine, beautifully made clothes to make dreams come true. Now, internationally, when people think of Italia – they think ‘Roma’, and ‘Dolce & Gabbana’. They are making art and bringing creativity to people that really appreciate this epic standard”.
“I think they are at the top of their game right now — better than ever” , reported Susan Casden on the designers. Italian fashion journalist Anna Dello Russo was instrumental in the Creative Direction of the Japan show. Stephen Hung, Deborah Hung and Eriko Yagi were also in attendance. “Uniqueness, tradition, craftsmanship. We believe in this project, we grow season after season, because we do different things. It is not a show but an experience. We do not sell clothes but we share the DNA” said Stefano Gabbana.http://www.buro247.hr/moda/vijesti/dolce-gabbana-predstavili-kolekciju-visoke-mode-u-japanu.html
Dolce & Gabbana Haute Couture Collection in Japan
Dolce & Gabbana’s Tokyo show was a fairytale haute couture collection inspired by cherry blossoms.
Their collection of high fashion is the first time Alta Moda was presented as a full show in Tokyo and the time of cherry blossom inspired the latest collection. The runway was positioned in the National Museum in Tokyo with romantic scenery full of cherry trees in full bloom. Pink and white flowers influenced 95 clothing combinations for men and women.
Numerous well-known VIP guests supported this important occasion, among them Kelly Prehn, the most powerful woman of fashion in China, then Anna dello Russo, who as editor of Japanese Vogue who worked with the creative Dolce & Gabbana team, and Stephen Hung, Deborah Hung, Erika Yagi and others.
As usual, Dolce & Gabbana held to top exclusivity, but this time did not send release photos to only magazine print media, instead giving short glimpses of what was going on behind the scenes on Instagram. In the gallery, see a few clothing combinations on the video to learn how the preparations developed this spectacle.