D&G Womenswear A/W11

Looking to mid 80s-90s streetwear, the brightly coloured show played with everything from body-con to oversized knits and giant feathered skirts

Fashion Show
Image

Streetwear from the 1980s and 90s might be the first image that springs to mind when seeing the new D&G collection from Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. Keeping in with the youthful spirit that’s key to D&G, the show started with a series of neon jacquard and printed knits, all of which boasted different fractions of the alphabet. What followed was yet another playful take on urban style, with oversized blazers topping off the bodycon, layered silhouette. Alike all D&G offerings from the past, the show didn’t disappoint on the accessories front either. The shoes came in the guise of high-heeled sneakers and the jewellery was equipped with plastic letter-shaped charms.

Daily coverage from the shows >

See all our latest features, interviews, and show reports from SS15, as it happens

More Fashion Week