The Dolce&Gabbana Alta Moda presentation in July was exceptionally exclusive with only a hand full of press were invited. The ones who got a look in were mesmerized, and it seems that the East, already partial to Dolce&Gabbana has been conquered.
Alta Moda is capturing the East’s imagination
The Dolce&Gabbana Alta Moda collection caters for the ultra rich, but within that financial sphere it caters for everyone. There are elegant suits for the woman manager to wear at important meetings, there are extravagant gowns for the galas, and there are special clothes for the woman who wants to feel special whatever she does.
What makes the Alta Moda unique is that while remaining firmly attached to the Dolce&Gabbana DNA it fulfils the most diverse fantasies of the clients, and, as we can see in the October issue Vogue Taiwan shoot by Jason Wu, it fits in everywhere.
The feather light hand painted organza dresses, with the delicate flowers and muted pastels look right at home in the Taiwanese surroundings, with intricately painted screens heightening the craftsmanship of the garments. While the princess white gown, perfect for a wedding, made with the finest lace and hand made and applied flowers, is a dream, in any continent.
Credits: Vogue Taiwan
Stylist: Amber Yen Chen Lo
Photographer: Jason Wu
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