The chiffon dress with the pasta print ought to have been the tipoff.
In September, the innovative Italian designer house Dolce and Gabbana sent a parade of nourishment arranged outfits down the runway at the Paris show for its Spring 2018 collection, including high-waisted, carrot-and-radish-printed pants, an unsettled dress decorated with cannoli, and a skirt printed with jars of tomatoes.
Turns out, Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce have food on their minds nowadays. Particularly pasta.
This fall, the twosome banded together with the respected Italian pasta maker Pastificio di Martino to deliver to a great degree constrained version tin of pastas alongside a D&G-planned cook’s garment. Just 5,000 of the tins will be accessible around the world.