Dolce & Gabbana Men S/S 2013

Posted by Stephan Moskovic | June 25th, 2012

Dolce & Gabbana Men Spring/Summer 2013

If there’s one thing we can expect from Dolce & Gabbana, it’s a full-throated celebration of all things Italian. For Spring 2013, Domenico and Stefano went for broke, with a glorious invocation of the former’s Sicilian heritage full of luminous sailor stripes and intricate painting prints. Shown on a cast of real-life inhabitants of the island off the southern tip of Italy, the clothes had a simple elegance that felt like a fresh new direction for a label better known for intricate embroidery and a penchant for the trappings of athletics. These were pieces that felt very real, directly linked to a not-so-distant past that can still be seen today in the small towns along the Mediterranean. There was a lightness to the collection, with its soothing, predominantly gray palette, that made you appreciate the personal history that is so often lost in fashion when designers pull inspiration from artists long-dead or eras long-past. It was like looking through a yellowing family photo album, with boys headed home in their school clothes and men dressed up for a trip to the mainland. And all the while the band—dressed in shirtsleeves and traditional red sashes—played on.

Dolce & Gabbana Men Spring/Summer 2013
Photos: Dirk Alexander /
Text: Jonathan Shia

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9 Comments to “Dolce & Gabbana Men S/S 2013”

  1. angel says:

    Don’t like

  2. Susan Landy says:

    First Versace and now Dolce.Both of them: hilarious and ridiculous!Donatela should think about her retirement and D&G ought to take an extra rest on their yacth.

  3. Sfilata fantastica… sarebbe stato un sogno per me parteciparvi! 😀

  4. Robert says:

    The very sad moment in one’s life when 10 year-olds walk down one of fashion’s most major mens shows before your 16 year old self. :/ *sigh*

    I like some of the shoes, the bags were nice. But the video to this has to be seen xD
    It was too good.

  5. Miguel says:

    I think lasts seasons they’ve been pushing-taking their “heritage” way too far!! it’s becoming boring and repetitive…i’d rather have back the old Dolce&Gabbana almost vulgar-glam back than this “new” boring thing they’re dining so far.

  6. Dylan says:

    Poor models – not only celebs but now even ordinary people are stealing your jobs.

  7. Patrick says:

    Lovely, so proud to be Sicilian!

  8. Phina says:

    Godfrey Gao.

  9. Dawnita says:

    WOW….I bet the foot odor on the catwalk is horrendous…NO socks in leather shoes…NASTY!