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Milan Fashion Week: D&G's ABCs

February 24, 2011 | 11:09 am


Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana stick to a formula when it comes to their secondary collection, D&G. They take one print, and milk it for all its worth.

This season, they were alphabet prints splashed on leggings, tees, oversized sweaters, boyfriend jackets, chiffon shirts and maxidresses. In traffic cone orange, taxi cab yellow and fluro pink, the letters were Pop Art on the runway, whooshing by like computer code on the information superhighway. The theme continued all the way down to the jewelry -- necklaces and bracelets dangling plastic letter charms.

It was cute commentary on today's information overload, even if the collection was a bit elementary.

-- Booth Moore in Milan, Italy

D&G fall-winter 2011 runway collection photo gallery

Photos: Looks from the D&G fall-winter 2011 runway collection shown during Milan Fashion Week. Credit: Jonas Gustavsson and Peter Stigter / For The Times.


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