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Domenico Dolce is an Italian born in 1958, near Palermo in Sicily. Stefano Gabbana, meanwhile, was born in 1962 in Milan. Partners in life as in business, these two creative geniuses met while working as assistants in a fashion workshop in Milan, Italy. It was in 1985 that they decided to work together and form a brand bearing their two names. They first took part in a parade organized during a “New Talents” operation. Winning the enthusiasm of the public, they embarked on the development of their own women’s ready-to-wear fashion show which took place the following year. Very quickly, the brand Dolce & amp; Gabbana managed to seduce the public, even going so far as to be adored by the biggest brands on the planet like Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, Monica Bellucci, Kylie Minoque or even Robbie Williams. This is how they created many stores around the world: in Italy, Japan, the United States and Hong Kong. Generally speaking, the two designers like to say that the style of Dolce & amp; Gabbana is inspired by different influences: “Armani for the discipline, Alaïa for madness, Chanel for its couture concept and Jean-Paul Gaultier for creativity”.
Dolce & amp; Gabbana is a brand that most of the time is said to succeed in making women sexy. What’s more, each of the house releases comes with powerful advertising campaigns. Also, this is also the case in perfumery. The very first juice produced by Dolce & amp; Gabbana was born in 1992. It was Dolce & amp; Gabbana for women, a classic and powerful fragrance playing on a contrast between sweet and bitter. Two years later, it was declined in a male version. Then, many successes followed: Light Blue in 2001, The One in 2006 followed by numerous derivatives, a scented collection using the cards of the Marseille tarot deck in 2009, Velvet Collection in 2011 or the Dolce trilogy in 2016. Fine. of course, the olfactory range of Dolce & amp; Gabbana is closely related to the style of the sign. The whole thing turns out to be wildly sensual and perfectly sophisticated.
Although Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana announced their breakup in 2004 as a couple, their creative bond is still relevant today. Thus, Dolce & amp; Gabbana seems to have come to life to bring the image of Italian elegance forever to the world.