This year, Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce brought their famous Alta Moda and other collections, such as Oro 24K, to Design Miami. The fun event combines music, art, food, and architecture. However, our company took over Design Miami with our gilded designs this year. Here is a summary of the displays we at Dolce & Gabbana put on for the residents and visitors of Miami that week.
Dolce & Gabbana Turned Fashion Into Art
We at Dolce & Gabbana have always been a fan of providing entertainment with our fashion shows, but during Design Miami, we turned fashion into art. It took months of preparation, but our designers could create handmade pieces for the fashion shows that were all completely one-of-a-kind. Our designs were fatto-a-mano and took Design Miami by storm and showed off the artistic nature of our clothing.
This year at Design Miami, the theme was The Golden Age: Looking to the Future. The main focus was to create contemporary and futuristic designs with as much gold as possible. As you can imagine, our designers went all out, and our motifs were displayed against numerous golden backgrounds. Our two most prominent motifs were the newest lines: Oro 24K and DG Logo. These were paired with the famous Alta Moda line.
People were able to view our designs at a variety of locations throughout the week. Many viewed our golden clothes at the Cardozo Hotel, The Four Seasons, and Luxury Living Store. They were also present at many of the Miami Beach Convention Center events, where most of Design Miami’s events were. If you missed our shows, you can look through any in-depth event wrap-up and see pictures of our unique, golden creations.
Other Exhibitors at Design Miami
While our top-notch Casa Miami designs were there to take Miami by storm, there were plenty of other things for people to see at Design Miami. There were plenty of neighboring displays in the Convention Center and satellite locations during the week. For instance, some people visited the Collectors Lounge of Art Basel. There, patrons were privy to a tasting party hosted by the tequila company Casa Dragones.
For those who prefer more traditional art methods, Lexus teamed up with an Institute of Contemporary Art architect to create a modern art installation featuring a vehicle made from mist and light. That was found in the sculpture garden at the museum. Likewise, Polish artist Alicja Kwade and American designer Kelly Wearstler had a display at the Grupo Arca Miami showroom. Their collection mixed art displays with modern furniture.
Dolce & Gabbana Rules the Runway
If you were at the recent Design Miami event, you were probably enthralled by our golden designs, especially when mixed with the enjoyable atmosphere of food, fun, music, and art. Even if you weren’t there, you probably saw pictures of our work and need those items now.