Alongside Dior, Dolce and Gabbana proved that runways are in fact turning into performances, a feast for not just the eyes anymore. With celebrities like Liam Payne, Cardi B and Stevie Wonder performing and a plethora of supermodels and Insta-starlets mixing and mingling, this was a show in real Dolce & Gabbana fashion. An all-inclusive runway, styles were seen on models of diverse backgrounds and generations. A stroll of everyone’s “Sunday best,” Italiano style - sequins, satin and lace. Giving their cast the moniker “#DGFAMILY” it encompassed all their favorites, from Monica Belucci and Carla Bruno to Helena Christensen and Isabella Rossellini & co. When it came to the fashion, 90s trends were still strong with all the Italian romance anyone could ever want.
The hair was made to match. “We’re backstage at Dolce & Gabbana with 160 models – it’s crazy back here.” Said Redken Global Creative Director Guido Palau. “We’ve got all generations of models and we’re doing a very ‘Dolce on the moor’ look. Soft beautiful hair, flowers, crowns, headpieces. Dolce & Gabbana always looks very feminine, very Italian – a really pretty show. The Dolce woman is very sexy and very feminine.”
GET THE LOOK – FEMININE TOP KNOT:
2. Apply Guts 10 to the roots and blow dry upside down to give volume to the roots. Smooth around the hairline with a small bristle brush.
3. Sweep hair up into a high ponytail right on top of the head and secure with a hair tie.
4. Spritz Wind Blown 05 into the length of the ponytail for added airiness and texture.
5. Twist the ponytail up into a loose top knot, folding forward and securing with long pins and fine pins sparingly. Embellish with a headscarf and flowers pinned into the bun.
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