It is Madison Avenue in New York that has lodged the Italian luxury fashion house Dolce & Gabbana and it is New Bond Street in London that is enthusiastically inviting all the D&G-fanciers to pamper themselves with the brand’s sweet nothings, while the Japanese fashion-conscious girls are rushing to Chuo Ku region in Tokyo once the Dolce & Gabbana craze starts on overwhelming their fashionable essence. Recently the Muscovite fashionistas have been granted with a new place, namely the biggest one, where they can head any time to exhale all their fashionable ambitions and just to relax among the sweet gifts of the two fashion gurus.
The new Dolce & Gabbana boutique was opened in a four-floored ancient building in the historical center of Moscow, Tretyakovsky Proezd 2, which is located just a few steps from such historical places, as the Red Square and the Bolshoi Theatre. Opening the doors of the boutique one will find himself in a magnificent mélange of Russian and Italian cultures: indigenously Russian columns, stuccos and decorations are effectively mixed with an Italian 10-meter-high dome and a panoramic elevator of bronze and wrought iron. The three floors of the gigantic boutique are heartily nestling Dolce & Gabbana signature ultra-chic womenswear, menswear, jewelry and watches, while the Martini bar located on the fourth floor is for after-shopping relaxation.
The creative directors of the brand, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have recently released a capsule collection dedicated to Moscow to celebrate the grand opening of their new store and to demonstrate their great love and respect towards Moscow, Muscovite culture, traditions and, of course, Muscovite fashion hunters. Dolce & Gabbana’s capsule collection #DGLovesMoscow expresses Muscovite elegance and grandeur from A to Z. With the cold winter under the nose, the capsule collection comes to be ideal for protecting yourself from the Russian sharp frost.
A range of luxurious outerwear made of fox and marmot fur, crocodile skin capes and Alpaca cloaks are to indulge any Muscovite elegant woman, while behind the chic outerwear more sumptuous and lavish evening dresses are hidden. A series of grandiose dresses of different lengths and with different designs are emphasizing the Muscovite woman’s exquisite femminilità. Trapezoid dresses of black cadi or silk, gracefully decorated with floral motifs and appliqués, form fitting black brocade and sheath dresses look really awe-inspiring but even ritzier are those dresses garnished with many sparkling sequins, stones or Swarovski.
A handful of lace, guipure and chiffon skirts and blouses are quite easy to mix and match, in any case emanating Muscovite imperial vibes. The Dolce & Gabbana capsule collection for Moscow is also treating the Muscovite women to hats from black brocade and wool decorated with lace, studs, rhinestones and ceramic emerald buds that are realizing the whole two functions – protecting the women’s head from the cold wind and accessorizing them in the most elegant way possible.
The collection is already on sale starting from October 24, 2015 and is available only in the brand’s Tretyakovsky Proezd 2 boutique all over the world. And one more surprise for Muscovite ladies – Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana themselves will arrive in Moscow on October 29 to present the precious pieces to the brand’s faithful clientele.
Photos courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana