Dolce & Gabbana Cologne for Men
Dolce & Gabbana Cologne for Men - Universally known as D&G, Dolce & Gabbana had its start in 1982 when coworkers, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, who were both in their early twenties at the time, decided to leave the design house at which they both worked to establish their own fashion consulting house. Their first women’s collection was launched in 1985, their first store the following year and their first men’s collection in 1992. Dolce & Gabbana soon found a following among the rich and famous with their sexy bohemian style—underwear as outwear, gangster style pinstriped suits and lavish printed coats.
Drawing inspiration from Italian cinema, Dolce & Gabbana likens their design process to film production—first they come up with a storyline and then design clothes to fit into their narrative, with their only concern being to make the most flattering clothes as possible which does not necessarily heed to current trends. At present two major brands make up Dolce & Gabbana--Dolce&Gabbana, spelled with no spaces in between, make up their luxury line and offers clothing, accessories, eyewear as well as perfume and D&G, their more flamboyant younger secondary line which also clothing, accessories and eyewear. Dolce & Gabbana also has a couture line which was launched in July 2012.
ReviewsDolce & Gabbana Fragrance Reviews
Review of Light Blue by Alex 12 Apr 2013
Review of Light Blue by Marilyn 07 Jan 2013
This perfume smells cheap and is way too sweet. It gives me migraines. I was given a purse a year ago that my sister had spilled some Light Blue on and it still smells like it - strong! Good perfume should only have a hint of fragrance. This is overwhelming and smells like too many dryer sheets. Be careful how much you put on. Just because you can't smell it, doesn't mean others can't. A ltitle goes along way.
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