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Brief Published: 22 Jun 2011

Relaxed Utility Silhouettes at Dolce & Gabbana


Always the go-to for classic Italian tailoring, Dolce & Gabbana presented its men’s collection for Spring 2012 in Milan on Saturday. The Italian design duo showcased a large collection of 82 looks, featuring classic, tailored suits and utilitarian-inspired pieces. Grid-style prints and cut-out patterns in a palette of khaki and forest green gave a military feel to the looks, with standout pieces such as boiler suits and string vests adding to the army aesthetic.

City shorts were a key piece, with mesh and turn-ups adding detail. The grid-panel mesh lent itself to sheer trousers and jackets, while classic collared shirts and belted, low-slung trousers retained the brand’s deep-rooted Italian design aesthe