February 27, 2002 Milan
Shown against a backdrop that included two plastic cows, a milking stool and a bucket, D&G sent out gossamer peasant blouses, embroidered or eyelet-trimmed and paired with super-low-rise tight jeans, loose cargo pants or pleated micro-minis. Sheer chiffon dresses and blouses were worn over brightly-colored brasnot strictly Alpine, but certainly fun. Those mountain breezes can get chilly, though, so there were plenty of close-fitting Tyrolean jackets and vests, a granny-square stole, and generously cut sweater coats and scarves to keep warm. Should Heidi head into the big city for a date, she could choose a figure-hugging cowl-neck sweater dress or a plaid bustier with wool pants. And given the high proportion of men's looks that came down the runway, D&G clearly has a mate in mind for their modern cowgirl.