D&G SS11 Campaign

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Models – Laurent Albucher, Tobias Sorensen, Auguste Abeliunaite, Keke Lindgard, Alex Cunha, Patrick Rukai, Jessica Clarke, Mariana Idzkowska, Julia Turenkova & Simon Nessman

Photographer – Mario Testino

Fashion Editor – Anastasia Barbieri

The D&G Summer 2011 Women’s collection is a day in the garden.
It starts early in the morning with gardening outfits made of canvas
dungarees and trousers and it goes on with a picnic, mixing flowery
prints with vichy patterns. It then follows on with a cocktail where
light, flower-printed, poplin summer dresses take centre stage and
it ends with a party al fresco where it is imperative to show up in
long floral chiffon gowns.
Roses, hydrangeas, freesias, violets and mimosas: these are the
symbols of this collection, which mixes different floral prints with
vichy patterns, denim and canvas, printed patent leather shoes
and the iconic Lily Twist.

The D&G Mens Summer 2011 collection is inspired by the mood of
a picnic, time to be spent joyfully outside with family and friends.
This mood is evoked by T-shirts printed with the image of the
famous painting by Édouard Manet, “Le déjuner sur l’erbe”.

The true protagonist of the collection, used for shirts, pants, polo
that look to the style of the ’50s and shoes.

Light coloured tuxedo jackets in pink, light blue, mint green and yellow,
matched with white shirts and pants for a summer garden party.


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