Dolce & Gabbana Throwback: Between Masculine and Feminine

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Arizona Muse shows off a Masculine Suit while Daphne Groeneveld Shows off a Feminine, Flirty dress.

 

Between Masculine and Feminine. The theme for Dolce & Gabbana‘s Fall 2011 collection, one of my all time favorite shows. Sending models like Sigrid Agren, Arizona Muse, and Natasha Poly in masculine ensembles of suits, and their hair styled in a bun, looking very masculine. With each suit, Sexy and Feminine making it wearable for women with more feminine styles. Meanwhile, Constance Jablonski, Daphne Groeneveld, and Candace Swanepoel showed off feminine dresses with stars, sequins, and musical notes on them. With their put up into a Glam and Chic bun. And then came the finale. Models dressed very masculine in a white blouse, black trousers, and suspenders. While more feminine dressed models showed off Beautiful black and white dresses with stars printed on them. So which gets your vote? Masculine? Or feminine?   View the full collection by clicking the link below, and comment which gets your vote. The answer: Lies Within You.

 

http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/F2011RTW-DGABBANA

 

 

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