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IT will be 30 years next year since Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana started their eponymous label, but as Gabbana proved this week by. Stefano Gabana dating history, , , list of Stefano Gabana Stefano Gabana has been in a relationship with Domenico Dolce ( - ). Stefano Gabbana (born 14 November ) is a fashion designer and, along with Domenico Dolce, the co-founder of the Dolce & Gabbana luxury fashion.
They point out that it is only modern fashion that has made men and women so different dress-wise. In the 16th century men wore high heels, make-up, and dandy clothes and they were no less masculine than today's men, and women were seen wearing more manly suit tops and flat shoes. When asked why the two of them collaborated and how it worked, Dolce told Weber in Interview, "We have different tastes, which means that together we tap a combination of desires.
Sometimes we might create something that is more Gabbana; sometimes it might be more Dolce. But what we create always has to arrive at some kind of agreement.
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What we hate is when people put up a barrier and try and hide what they feel. Then, in that same year they opened their first boutique in Milan. Also in the pair won the Woolmark Award. Every year their collections change, although each designer has his favorite pieces that remain in the collection each season.
Their concern has never been with what is trendy, but what feels right at that moment.
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Gabbana was quoted by Frankel in the Guardian as having said, "We sketch everything from new each season, and it doesn't come out the same, but it has the same feeling. This is better in the end because I have one taste. The customer comes to my shop to buy one taste, not another taste, not what is trendy. But it's better to stay a little outside. Not to try and keep up with it all. It's better to stick with your own style, otherwise, e la morte [death].
She has become one of the duo's biggest fans, and the feelings are definitely mutual.
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There are very few people from whom the two designers will take orders and design clothing specifically for, but for Madonna they will drop everything to help.
Inthe duo created 1, costumes for Madonna's world tour, "The Girlie Show. Then, for Madonna's Music album, the designers went even further for their favorite pop star; not only did they dress Madonna and her entire ensemble, but they designed and created an entire backdrop for the tour.
It was a big success. In the book 10 Years of Dolce and Gabbana was published.
The book, which commemorated the first decade of the designers' fashions in photographs had an introduction by Isabella Rossellini, the Italian actress who has been wearing their clothes almost since the pair started designing them. Frankel in the Guardian said of the duo's fashions, "There's nothing self-consciously cool about the label.
What's more, it suits women of means, of course of all shapes and sizes—in many cases, the stick-thin would be hard pushed to fill it. Although the pair became lovers when they set up their fashion house inthey only announced their relationship publicly in They bought the Villa Volpe, a 19th-century palazzo in the center of Milan and moved in together.
It was a much-talked about house, covered with animal prints, red sofas, and church candles, reflecting the pair's eclectic tastes. In the pair, who love the glamour and glitz of Hollywood and professedly love it when stars wear their fashions, came out with their second book of photos called Hollywood.
Not everyone was excited about the fact, though, just as not everyone was a fan of the duo's styles. And of course they're fun, but that's usually because the joke's on the person wearing them. Lisa Armstrong for the Times of London said, "Gabbana's knack for creating just the right degree of theatrical gorgeousness stops the average shopper dead in her tracks, while Dolce's eye for cut and detail seduces her in a quieter way, usually after she has tried the clothes on.
It's a formidable combination. They moved into separate apartments, although they both lived in the same block in Milan, and they have said that they will probably still go on vacation together. The break up, they hastened to assure the world, would not affect their famous label. Richard Edwards in the Evening Standard quoted Dolce as having said that the separation was friendly.
We work together wonderfully well, we have a very strong understanding. We have a very strong love which ties us to each other.
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The creative partnership - neither could claim custody of a brand that includes both their names - will go on. What happens in the past is still there, it continues and will continue forever. We have a very strong love which ties us to each other. There is no overestimating the allure of the creative-romantic crossover relationship. The fact is that both Dolce and Gabbana's A-list clientele and we, their adoring public, are greatly enamoured by the notion that our consumer opportunities are founded on more than a good business plan.
Any brand that is built around a romantically entangled duo has both a creative and a sexual frisson associated with it.
A romantic back-story, which in Dolce and Gabbana's case at least probably involves shambolic ateliers off Italian back streets and years surviving on pasta, love and a shared dream: But can any business partnership created on those terms survive a split?
Historically, fashion collaborations haven't. Ossie Clark's career nose-dived after he divorced his associate and textile designer Celia Birtwell in Egon and Diane Von Furstenberg divorced inwhen their label was the fashion choice of New York's most beautiful.
Their clothes fell out of favour almost instantaneously, and it's only now that Diane is enjoying a renaissance, presumably because she is no longer associated with her ex. Backstage at the runway shows, the pair are famous for offering only one direction to their models: Beyond the limitations of the fashion scene, the creative-romantic affiliation operates on a different basis.
Music, for example, has a grand tradition of brands - or rather, bands - surviving creatively, when relationships fail. Often, an act will positively thrive on the abject misery of a broken love affair. No Doubt's song Don't Speak was a desperate, furious, soft-rocky screech of pain induced by the end of singer-songwriter Gwen Stefani's seven-year relationship with bass player Tony Kanal.
It was also the very song that finally propelled the band to international success. Abba, equally, was a hot-bed of splits and swaps and more splits, jealousy, fully-fledged divorce and acrimony, and although it's widely believed to be precisely this that eventually destroyed the group they lived, wrote and sang through it - and about it - for some six fantastically lucrative years. The exception of course has to be when the act is named after its components - but still we at least all loved and supported Cher without Sonny and Tina without Ike.
Jack and Meg White of The White Stripes have made a veritable virtue of the fact that they're divorced, but still collaborating creatively.
The band was for a time mainly famous for the confusion over Jack and Meg's relationship: When it transpired that Jack and Meg were divorced and an old wedding certificate was produced as proof, the band acquired a new emotional authenticity as a result.