With heavy lashings of denim and leather that evoke the American West, the reactions to the debut of D&G’s Spring 2010 collection at Milan Fashion Week have been mixed. At first glance the collection’s use of studs and its mixture of dirty and double denims are both a far cry from the European refinement that designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana typically fuse into their work. Look closer, however, and you’ll find all the quality and detailing you’d otherwise expect of the duo. More striking though are the collections silhouettes; with the use of corsetry shapes and frills likely to make this collection one of the most influential of the Spring 2010 catwalks.
For more of D&G women’s Spring 2010 catwalk, click on the pictures below.