Justin Bieber is growing up quite nicely and his style is blossoming as well. This isn’t hard to do with style icons on his side like Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. You might have noticed Bieber wearing the brand on several occasions including the Oscars and the Golden Globes and those weren’t coincidences: they actually really like him.
Just like the design duo, Justin Bieber is becoming a worldwide sensation, thus it was only right for Dolce & Gabbana to throw him a huge afterparty for his latest concert in Milan. The bash was held at their restaurant, Gold and the trio looked super cool, all in destructed denim and nerd chic eyewear. “We like him a lot, although he’s very young, he’s very attentive towards style and he takes care of his look.” – Stefano Gabbana
Funny to discuss Justin Bieber because there was a definite masculine influence in Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall 2011 collection. Anais Mali in a three-piece grey pinstripe suit with a contrast lapel and pink loafers was juxtaposed alongside Isabeli Fontana and Mariacarla Boscono in long-sleeve star-print gowns and earrings, equipped with all the sparkle and femininity that the brand is known for, pun intended. Some of my other favorite masculine looks from the collection were Natasha Poly in a sequin dinner jacket, tie and pleated ankle-length trousers as well as Fei Fei Sun in a totally printed look with suspenders to match.
I’ve never been a fan of going full tomboy and always try to mix and match when it comes to more masculine silhouettes, but with a great heel, amazing hair and makeup and great jewelry, the suits from the collection would look amazing. Definitely interested in seeing which stars are going to be sporting the star-print looks. They are definitely very fun and are a kind of quirky take on red carpet dressing.
Nowhere near as sexy as the Dolce & Gabbana that we’re all used to, but surely a step in a different well-dressed direction. Visit www.dolcegabbana.com for more information and see more looks from the Fall 2011 collection below.
*Images courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana and GoRunway.com. Quote courtesy of UK Harper’s Bazaar Online.