giugno 24th, 2015 - by admin

March 1, 2015
Tim Blanks

If their men’s collection was a celebration of family, it made perfect sense that Dolce & Gabbana’s women’s show would focus on Mamma, the fulcrum of the family. And what a focus! There were 11 mums on stage with their children. That required a full nursery setup backstage. On the runway, three models walked with their own children (the sheer joy of one little girl to be out theredoing it made the hardest hearts melt). And Dolce stalwart Bianca Balti catwalked with ahuge bun in the oven. Viva La Mamma!

“She’s always there, she’s the person you can always call.” It’s just like Stefano Gabbana was saying: “Every man everywhere has a mother.” You could score all kinds of sociopolitical points off such a notion in the present headline-driven climate of male-dominated, life-denying madness, but Gabbana was much keener to make a point about fashion, which is often accused of being detached from the eternal verities: life, love, relationship with self and others. The positive message of the show—and the collection—was that everything we are is an extension of where we came from. One more time: Viva La Mamma. (Il Papà had his moment in the spotlight in January.)



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