Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2010 | Vlada Roslyakova, Olga Sherer & Zuzana Gregorova

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published July 26, 2010

Revisiting its fall collection, the most recent lookbook from Dolce & Gabbana stars Vlada Roslyakova, Olga Sherer, Zuzana Gregorova, Regina Feoktistova, Kamila Filipcikova as women of sophistication in well-fitted gowns and tailored seperates. Representing the this season’s Dolce & Gabbana woman, each model dons a wide variety of animal prints, bold colors, florals and sheer black pieces that exude glamour and elegance.
















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36 thoughts on “Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2010 | Vlada Roslyakova, Olga Sherer & Zuzana Gregorova”

  1. I love the close-up shots, especially of lovely Vlada. Aside from that, I think the appalling clothes are to blame for the amateur appearance of the ad. The "posed" concept with bold colours might have worked more classic clothes.

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  2. I love the close-up shots, especially of lovely Vlada. Aside from that, I think the appalling clothes are to blame for the amateur appearance of the ad. The "posed" concept with bold colours might have worked more classic clothes.

    Reply
  3. I love the close-up shots, especially of lovely Vlada. Aside from that, I think the appalling clothes are to blame for the amateur appearance of the ad. The "posed" concept with bold colours might have worked more classic clothes.

    Reply
    • Why??? It's drab, the only point of interest is in the retouching, and all the clothes look straight out of the show "Jersey Shore."

      Ugghh-ly.

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    • Why??? It's drab, the only point of interest is in the retouching, and all the clothes look straight out of the show "Jersey Shore."

      Ugghh-ly.

      Reply
    • Why??? It's drab, the only point of interest is in the retouching, and all the clothes look straight out of the show "Jersey Shore."

      Ugghh-ly.

      Reply
  4. Perhaps it's not really supposed to look high end. I think that D&G have done other things that could be construed at "tacky" — I chalk it up to their being Italian. In a lot of ways, D&G is like the expensive big sister of GUESS, another Italian brand that straddles the line between lux and tacky — just at a different price point.

    I do think the styling of the shoot is a bit stilted — but on the other hand it definitely keeps the clothes as the focus…which is kinda the point.

    Reply
  5. Perhaps it's not really supposed to look high end. I think that D&G have done other things that could be construed at "tacky" — I chalk it up to their being Italian. In a lot of ways, D&G is like the expensive big sister of GUESS, another Italian brand that straddles the line between lux and tacky — just at a different price point.

    I do think the styling of the shoot is a bit stilted — but on the other hand it definitely keeps the clothes as the focus…which is kinda the point.

    Reply

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