September 23, 2007 Milan
This being D&G, there was a fair amount of glam stuff, too: bronze croc-look lamé jackets and minis, flared pants studded with gold and crystal, and borrowed-from-the-boudoir nude-and-fuchsia chiffon dresses. But all this was cut with nouveau-preppy chambray button-downs and cuff shorts, belted fine-gauge cardigans, of-the-moment wide-leg jeans, and even a photo-print of a horsey Fair Isle sweater. If it sounds like a mad mix, it wasbut one in keeping with the season's boho seventies leanings. What's more, it was a surprisingly fresh hit of sweetness from a brand that has sometimes ventured too far into sexpot territory in the past.