Naked man disturbes show Dolce & Gabbana

Dolce & Gabbana summer 2014

The fashion show of the Italian designer duo Dolce & Gabbana in the Milan Fashion week, was disturbed when a naked man ran down the catwalk.

Last saturday, Dolce & Gabbana where showing their menswear collection for the spring and summer of 2014, when all of the sudden a man, only wearing his sneakers ran down the catwalk.

For some time he managed to escape the security but in the end he was overpowered, after which the show went on. At this point it is not yet clear Who the man is and what the purpose of his action was, reports the Daily Mail.

But luckely the naked man was’n’t the only exiting thing to see on the catwalk. Dolce & Gabbana’s new line is amazing! They have been creating some looks that are beyond articulation!

Natural Beauty

Dolce & Gabbana have turned again to muse Sicily for inspiration for next summer’s menswear collections.
Against a soundtrack of romantic orchestral music and the backdrop of a twisted old olive tree, the collection presented on the first day of Milan Fashion Week on Saturday referenced the southern island’s architectural wonders, natural beauty and native fauna.

Ancient Prints

The designing duo Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana stamped their creations with images of ancient Greek temples and pastoral countryside scenes, imprinted across three-piece suits and loose top-and-shorts combinations. The renderings are in black-and-white and color, creating a tapestry effect.

Greek Leather Sandals

Dolce & Gabbana’s Sicily is both formal and restrained, requiring suits that can be bold in shimmering red or blue, or simply somber black, and casual and lusty, with roughly woven drawstring pants or Bermuda shorts worn with nothing at all. Outfits were paired with woven shoes, dark or white, or Greek-style leather sandals.

Barcelona soccer player Lionel Messi set up shop in a Dolce & Gabbana boutique in the city center Saturday to sign books of photographs taken by Dolce himself.

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