Friday, April 11, 2014

I Want to Live in a Dolce & Gabbana Ad

I first fell in love with these flawless Dolce & Gabbana spring advertisements when I saw them in Vogue magazine. To me, they embody everything an advertisement spread should be. They're visually stunning, the models look flawless yet real, there are no extremely sexual, controversial, or sexist shots (unlike some of their previous ad campaigns... and lots of them), the clothing is sublime, and they show the spirit and style of the brand. The winter 2014 ads were equally as heavenly, but I think I may like these a bit more just because it's more flamboyant and colorful. They're fun to look at--as if you're really looking into a moment in a Dolce & Gabbana designed Italy, with everyone from bakers to fishers to beautiful women and men. In a world where things are often taken way too seriously, it's refreshing to see some candid, fun, and at times even funny pictures that are still stunning. The models actually look happy and healthy, and as if they're really having fun.

Check out the videos too...they're just as stunning!

What do you think about these Dolce & Gabbana ads? Do you think they're beautiful and different or boring and cheesy? I'd love to hear your thoughts, whatever they are :)

Stay fabulous!




  1. i love this post! so cute!! and so idealized!

  2. I love these ads! They all look like they are having a great time and they are much more catching and entertaining then a model standing with zero expression on. I totally agree this ad is more aspirational than most - I wouldn't mind living in one either!


  3. My love is Dolce & Gabbana. This is a gorgeous post. Did you also know that they came out with a makeup line?

  4. I love these ads, I think it's a clever and brilliant ideia and the models look so cool! :D
    Thank you for your comment on my blog :)

  5. Same here! Those models are amazing :)

  6. Thanks! Dolce & Gabbana is so fabulous. Agh! And I didn't know that...guess who's going to go broke buying makeup now?

  7. I love when models look like real refreshing, no?