See some of the new family inspired collections from Dolce & Gabbana below!
Dolce & Gabbana Jewellery Mamma Campaign
Dolce & Gabbana’s love and reverence to family are well known concepts. In their fine jewellery line they wish to pay homage to the pillar of the Italian family: the mother.
Bianca Balti represents the idyll of the mother, incredibly beautiful, caring and loving, much like a Raphael Madonna. Her face, and motherly spirit, Bianca after all is a mother herself, serve to contextualize the new line of Dolce&Gabbana Fine Jewellery.
The delicate nature of the jewellery references the delicate nature of the woman, and the mother. Intricate filigree workmanship resembles lace, while the pink elatius coral hand cut roses are sweet and genuine statements. The high quality workmanship of the jewels is heightened by precious ruby details.
These jewels are a true expression of motherhood: beauty, delicacy and fine workmanship.
Bianca Balti’s svelte yet sumptuous form, kind eyes and bright smile make her the embodiment of the beautiful mother, almost like a Renaissance Madonna. Giampaolo Sgura captures these elements in the Dolce & Gabbana Jewellery Mamma campaign.
In images which represent the Dolce & Gabbana Fine Jewellery Mamma collection, Binaca is shot by Giampaolo Sgura in familiar and homely circumstances. Her caresses to the young boy are genuine like those only a real mother can bestow, and her joyful gaze, resembles that of a proud parent basking in her child’s love. Her beauty may be unique, but to all of us Italians, our mothers are as beautiful as Bianca.
Bianca Balti reveals her motherly side to Swide during the shooting of the Dolce&Gabbana bambino campaign shot by Giampaolo Sgura.
The luxury brand Dolce&Gabbana is about to open a new store in Corso Venezia 7, one with a whole new concept and a whole new look.
Dolce & Gabbana places a huge emphasis on tradition and on family, things close to the designer’s hearts and of course to every Italian out there. The Italian way of life, that of family, close knit community needs to be taken into account and valued by the luxury world too, and this is exactly what Dolce & Gabbana have done.
The new store has a strong family ambiance, warm, natural light, eclectic display cabinets and plenty of relaxation areas. The feeling one gets when entering is that of being welcomed into someone’s home, a family home. And that is where the concept pivots. The store retails menswear, womenswears (a collection of special pieces), the debuting childrenswear line, and Dolce & Gabbana Makeup.
The idea is that a modern family, of young, hip and lets face it, rich couples with children can spend a relaxing time pampering themselves in an environment which feels like home. The
Italian lifestyle, the luxury Italian lifestyle of today’s young couples needn’t change once the family includes children. Vanity, in a positive sense, wanting to be on trend, well turned out and beautiful is a characteristic trait which shouldn’t be put on hold. The Dolce & Gabbana Corso Venezia 7 store opens its doors to all those young couples who may have been alienated by the emphasis luxury lifestyle brands have been placing on the power dresser.
Dolce & Gabbana Baby
When Italy, and family are central values of Dolce & Gabbana, it is only natural for the designers to launch a childrenswear line. After all, children are the heart of a family. The debut collection of Dolce & Gabbana Bambino, is as luxurious and beautiful as the adult one, while remaining thoroughly appropriate to children.
Giampaolo Sgura, children are at the centre of every beautiful family moment. Talking of beautiful, Bianca Balti and Enrique Palacios front the campaign along with stunning children.
The Dolce & Gabbana Bambino FW13 debut collection takes themes from the adult collection and revisits them for children. Tailoring, as well as the cherub print from the womenswear fashion show are shrunk to size and look ever so cute.
An important part of the childrenswear collection is the baptismal ceremonial robes, classic, luxurious and sure to become an instant family heirloom.
Dolce&Gabbana Ad Campaigns, Photography by: Giampaolo Sgura, Models: Enrique Palacios and Bianca Balti, Website: www.dolcegabbana.com, Contributing Writers: Jessica Feigner,Valentina Zannoni, Elisa della Barba.