Fashion is for everybody to take part in. It is for special events and for lounging around the house. It’s gold lame, perhaps, at the cocktail party and sweatpants on the couch. At Dolce & Gabbana, we like to see people wearing our brand because it helps them tap into their innate attractiveness and self-confidence, and they look pretty darn good doing it. Lately, some of our favorite celebrities have been seen making the scene in our brand.
Dolce & Gabbana on the Fellas
We produce clothing and accessories for men, women, and children. Lest you think that the ladies always steal the show, some famous men just spent some time in the spotlight, showcasing Dolce & Gabbana wear.
Ryan Hurd writes hit singles and looked every inch the country star in a tan single-breasted satin suit with peak lapels. While the tan suede loafers with tassel details complimented the suit, the chocolate silk shirt offered the perfect contrast.
Jon Batiste carried a lot of awards out of the 64th annual Grammys. He accepted the Grammy for Album of the Year in a harlequin pattern double-breasted sequin suit with glossy black shoes and a white open-collar shirt. He also brought Dolce & Gabbana on stage for his performance, wearing a tufted silk cloak over a Sicilia-fit Mikado suit with layered 3-D application and turtleneck sweater. His backup performers echoed his look.
Jason Bateman was all classic grace at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in a Dolce & Gabbana double-breasted Martini-fit suit with a black satin bow tie. The white button white shirt beneath reinforced the cool timeless look. Jabari Banks also hit the party, looking sharp in a metallic burgundy double-breasted suit with wide peak lapels. His outfit was accentuated with crown-shaped lapel pins, black derby shoes, and a black satin bow tie.
Vin Diesel was a study in classic black at the party, wearing a slightly incandescent black single-breasted tuxedo with a matching shirt, derby shoes, and satin bow tie. Not to be outdone, Russell Wilson traded his Seahawks uniform for a black satin double-breasted tuxedo over a black shirt and glossy black derby shoes.
Dolce & Gabbana on the Ladies
Whether dressed to the nines at the awards shows and after-parties or just walking casually down the street, ladies know how to rock Dolce & Gabbana.
Country crossover star Maren Morris rocked the 64th Grammys in an embossed snakeskin dress with ruched detail and matching snakeskin print sandals. The plunging neckline revealing the black lace bra was bold and elegant. Ms. Morris wore Dolce & Gabbana to last year’s Grammys, too, looking sultry in a pale lavender silk dress with a small train and lines of crystals for dimension.
Carrie Underwood hit the Grammys with a bit more fabric. Her pumpkin-colored gown carried an ombre effect drape skirt organza and was furnished with a bustier encrusted with Swarovski crystals. Ms. Underwood won the award for best roots gospel album. She also wore Dolce & Gabbana to the Country Music Television Awards, where she showed off a tighter, more form-fitting look. Looking fabulous in her purple leopard-print crystal mesh mini dress, she accented with black heels and a glittering handbag.
Amanda Anka arrived at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party wearing a Dolce & Gabbana laser cut dress with Swarovski crystals, a matching belt, and sandals. Paloma Jimenez rocked the party in a draped gown with an asymmetrical neckline, metallic details, and satin platform sandals. She complimented her look with a D&G Dolce Box. Her cape offered a reverse ombre effect, with placid hues giving way to pearl white.
Actress Kathryn Newton attended the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in a shimmering sequin gown with a plunging neckline and long slit. The streamlined look was perfect in its beauty and simplicity. Lucy Hale brought Dolce & Gabbana to the Elton John Aids Foundation Academy Awards viewing party, wearing a one-shoulder gown embellished with gold crystals, fringes, corset details, and matching sandals.
We just love when people see themselves in our products. Dolce & Gabbana is for celebrities and those of us who follow them. With apparel for men, women, children, and much more, we’d love for you to invest in yourself by investing in us. We think you’re going to look simply marvelous.
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