Dolce & Gabbana’s 2018 Alta Moda (haute couture) collection had attendees from all over the world. Clients from Russia, the Middle East, China, and Great Britain all came together to view these exclusive couture looks.
This show was the finale of the weekends Alta activities. The show took place at the Metropolitan Opera House and naturally the opera was one of the inspirations of the clothes that was presented. Similarly when designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana presented their couture collection at La Scala, the famous opera house in Milan, Italy.
The show had a beautiful display of patriotism to the USA. The collection was a beautiful tribute to New York City with every bit of sparkle and extravagance that you could expect from Dolce & Gabbana. The Statue of Liberty was a beautiful symbol that could be seen throughout the collection. Times Square was also represented in photo prints that were showcased on a pair of silk pajamas. “God Save America” was also featured as Dolce & Gabbana celebrated America in their collection.
Naomi Campbell took the stage as she closed the show with a final spin in a black satin bustier and Times Square ball skirt. The festivities continued as fireworks flooded the skies and gold confetti filled the air. As the event of the year took place, we are all here wishing we could have been there to witness this lavish event.
At the dinner, a Met representative gave a toast to the designers. “Cole Porter was once asked what someone needed to do to be a star,” she said. “He replied simply: Sparkle.” If there is one quote to live by, this is it! I know I do! This is the philosophy which Dolce & Gabbana thrives on.
It has been said that the designers will have a similar event in Mexico City, where they will showcase an entirely new Alta Moda collection! For now, check out these spectacular looks. What’s your favorite look?
I tried to only post my favorite looks, but I loved them all!! hahahha