Thylane Blondeau and Zendaya star in Dolce & Gabbana SS17 campaign

The young French actress and model, Thylane Blondeau, has been signed up by Dolce & Gabbana to star in the label's spring/summer 2017 campaign. Although the fresh-faced 15-year-old already has sound experience in the field, Thylane Blondeau's career has moved up a gear with a campaign alongside fellow young stars, such as Zendaya. With another campaign to add the CV of this rising star of the fashion world, the coming season could see 15-year-old Thylane Blondeau join the select pack of French models who have found international fame, such as Cindy Bruna, Pauline Hoarau, Constance Jablonski and Joséphine Le Tutour, to name just a few.

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Thylane Blondeau and Zendaya star in Dolce & Gabbana SS17 campaign

Dolce & Gabbana mixes tropics with traditions at Milan fashion show

By Giulia Segreti MILAN (Reuters) – Italian fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana transported guests to a warm and busy Italian street setting for their spring/summer 17 catwalk show on Sunday, in one of the most flamboyant displays of Milan fashion week. A big red “Tropico Italiano” sign hanging from the ceiling, banana trees, coconuts and white sand contrasted the ambience of an Italian village festival as soon as lights went off and young street dancers hit the catwalk, moving to the beat of tarantella folk music. The loud and bright collection by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, known for their rich and embellished looks, carried all the typical elements of their style throughout the years, in a jubilation of gold, laces, embroidery, sequins, flowers, Madonnas, food, animal prints and lights.

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Dolce&Gabbana jazz things up with fashion cacophony

MILAN (AP) — Nothing stays the same in fashion, but this is over the top.

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Finally, somewhere to store your Dom Perignon: Dolce & Gabbana’s $34k fridges

Smeg makes refrigerators you’d expect to find in a factory built by Willy Wonka. They’re bright and come in almost every color, as well as a variety of patterns. The company is also well known for its retro line of appliances, which you can find in pastels and bright red. They are a luxury brand with prices to match, but $34,140 (€30,000) is ultra-premium. That’s the price Smeg expects its Dolce & Gabbana refrigerators to sell for. The designers teamed up with the appliance maker to create 100 limited-edition hand-painted FAB28 refrigerators. “Every piece is unique, but they all tell a story consistent with our brand identity,” Dolce tells Vogue. “They might be kitchen appliances, but there’s something that is immediately identifiable as Dolce & Gabbana, from the Sicilian barrows to the Trinacria symbol to the marionettes to the Italian lemons and fruits.” Related:  LG’s Signature fridge has a door you can automatically open with your foot We’ve heard of being a slave to fashion, but you’ll really need to commit your whole kitchen to these fridges, at least when it comes to incorporating them into your decor.

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Finally, somewhere to store your Dom Perignon: Dolce & Gabbana’s $34k fridges

Dolce & Gabbana unveils rosy new beauty collection

The collection includes eight new shades of “Dolce Matte Lipstick,” the brand's first lightly-scented lipstick with a matte formula and a velvety finish. The 13 original red shades are now joined by a variety of pinks, from the delicate pastel shade “Dolce Dolcezza” to the bold fuchsia “Dolce Bacio.” Four new lipliners in the shades “Dolcezza,” “Rosa,” “Mamma” and “Bacio” have also been developed.

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Dolce & Gabbana unveils rosy new beauty collection

The collection includes eight new shades of “Dolce Matte Lipstick,” the brand's first lightly-scented lipstick with a matte formula and a velvety finish. The 13 original red shades are now joined by a variety of pinks, from the delicate pastel shade “Dolce Dolcezza” to the bold fuchsia “Dolce Bacio.” Four new lipliners in the shades “Dolcezza,” “Rosa,” “Mamma” and “Bacio” have also been developed.

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Sophie de Champsavin of Paris Modes TV rounds up the runway as Milan Fashion Week closes in a burst of color

As Milan Fashion Week draws to a close on Monday, February 29, fashion journalist Sophie de Champsavin, from Paris Modes TV, gives us her take on this latest round of catwalk shows, showcasing upcoming trends and new faces to watch out for on the Italian runway. What main trends for autumn/winter 2016 were seen on the Milan catwalk? This latest edition of Milan fashion week had a really dynamic feel, with a resurgence of positive energy.

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Paris Fashion Week: Tuomas Merikoski for Aalto – ‘A good designer still has to follow his own path’

In honor of Paris fashion week (March 1-9), we caught up with Tuomas Merikoski who will reveal the Fall-Winter 2016 collection of Aalto on Tuesday, March 1 at 1:00 PM local time. What was the inspiration behind the new collection? A symbol of this youth 'cult' is visualized in the collection.

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Dolce&Gabbana, Missoni, Ferragamo headline Day 5 in Milan

MILAN (AP) — A plethora of ribbons and ruffles signaled an air of romance in Milan this fashion season, but not all the references were strictly aesthetic.

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At Milan Fashion Week, Cinderella goes to Dolce & Gabbana

By Marie-Louise Gumuchian MILAN (Reuters) – It will be a fairytale wardrobe for Dolce & Gabbana fans next winter, with the Italian fashion brand presenting enchanting fantasy creations for its latest womenswear line at Milan Fashion Week on Sunday. Against a backdrop of an open story book, golden carriage and a clock ticking towards midnight, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana sent models out in a typically colorful and vibrant collection of richly-embellished dresses with patterns referring to stories such as “Cinderella” and “Snow White”. Cinderella's ball gown was given a modern makeover in a shimmering fitted light blue dress with enlarged shoulders.

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