Dolce&Gabbana Spring 2015 Menswear Collection

Posted on June 24, 2014

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    • @Biting Panda

      Aside from “Olé, mother fuckers”, what am I supposed to think?

      • PastryGoddess

        Andele! Andela! Arriba!

    • Glam Dixie

      I actually managed to stop laughing about halfway through. Big improvement in the suits towards the second half.

      • Sarah

        Yah that green one is sweet.

        • kimmeister

          I love it, along with the gray and black polka dotted one.

          • demidaemon

            That was one of my favorites, along with the printed shirts.

      • http://attiresmind.blogspot.com/ Kiltdntiltd

        Gotta agree with you here. The embellished pieces are ghastly. Just slapping vast amounts of black guimp onto something doesn’t make it fabulous. The satin suits, though virtually unwearable in a real world sense, are straight up gorgeous.

      • e jerry powell

        I haven’t stopped laughing yet, and it’s been days.

    • Frank_821

      where to start. there is some cool stuff and I actually like the prints on the tops. The tops themselves are so wide and boxy, I see few men wanting to wear them. The shape is more conducive to a woman’s body. Then again I don’t think they would look that much better on the ladies

      Sometimes wish designers wouldn’t match up suits made of funky prints on the runway. Some of them probably would look cool or good on a musical celeb if they were mixed with a solid piece to ground it

    • Thomas

      Shirts that size are very unflattering. I would like to see a few of the male stars wear some of those suits and tuxes though. And boxer shorts on the runway? But damn that model is hot.

      • http://redheadedwolf.wordpress.com/ Laura Renee

        A fine specimen indeed.

      • Lori

        That lone pair of boxers in the middle of a runway show is just strange. My theory is that they figured by that point they would have lost the audience and they needed something to pull everyone’s eyes back. If so, mission accomplished.

      • hyperionic

        Seems every Men’s wear show needs a pair of underwear in the collection.

    • Anna

      I love the fabrics on the floral/printed suits. Can’t think of who could pull it off, but I’d love to see a daring guystar try. Shiny solid ones are pure Matthew McConaughey.

      Footwear looks like embellished Toms. The dead gorrilla, open-toe ones are particularly terrifying.

      • Sarah

        OMG you are RIGHT. I was confused then I looked back and saw what you were talking about. Those hairy shoes are the WORST. The Blessed Virgin weeps.

        • Anna

          I can’t wait to laugh at the asshole who will be wearing them to Coachella 2015. I know they’re open-toed but: STANK-foot to the extreme.

          • Kitten Mittons

            It will at least answer the burning question of what Big Foot’s stank foot might smell like.

    • hughman

      These clothes are a bunch of bull.

      Except for the polka dot suits. Those are fabulous.

      • zenobar

        I see what you did there.

      • Thomas

        The one #13 down is pretty fabulous as well.

      • Gatto Nero

        I could see Alan Cumming in the polka dot suits. Especially the wine and black one.

        • BayTampaBay

          Benedict Cumberbatch, Matt Smith (I think that is the Dr. Who dude I’m think about) and maybe Robert Downey, Jr. are the only guys I can think of who could wear this collection (as pieces) and not look stupid or dresses up for Halloween.

          • Mrs. Julien

            Tom Hiddleston

            • Anna

              Mmmm, yes. Fantasizing about seeing Hiddles in #39 and #43.

          • Glam Dixie

            Johnny Weir, maybe.

            • Imasewsure

              Add a fur stole and JW could JW this whole line (and I would like it because JW)

          • evave2

            I agree, the first person I thought of was Alan Cumming; Sherlock and Dr Who would work it as well.

            What is this with the short pants on men, those look awful.

        • Imasewsure

          Me too… he could make a lot of these pieces work too although my hope is that even he ignores the bullfighting crap… digging the dots though

        • H2olovngrl

          Just coming here to say almost the exact same thing. Pretty sure that Burgundy polka dot suit already has “reserved for Alan Cumming” embroidered inside.

    • Patricia Groves Dobrowski

      Paso doble rendered for the catwalk; switching the fashion between matador, bull, and cape. The only thing that doesn’t change is the level of crazy.

    • Lori

      And….we’re back to the crazy. Matadors and the cult members who worship them is probably not a motif that the world really needed.

      A couple of those suits are kind of great, but I have no idea who would wear them.

      • Thomas

        I can see Ryan Gosling or Robert Pattinson wearing #13 down.

        • Lori

          IDK. That black & red is a little “bordello wallpaper” for either of them. Physically they might be able to carry it off, but it doesn’t seem like their style. Someone is going to try one of the brightly colored, shiny suits and it almost certainly won’t work. The suits with the longer jackets and rounded vests are also gong to be hard to pull off.

          Basically I think other commenters are right—put the skinny English guys in the polka dots and forget the rest of the collection ever happened.

          • Thomas

            Do you remember that green Gucci R Pats wore once though? If not, look it up. It’s on this site. That’s why I think he could wear it.

            • Lori

              He looked fab in the Gucci, but it was a solid and not shiny. I’m having trouble seeing him in that red & black pattern. Or did I miscount and we’re talking about 2 different suits? If the colored suits in this collection weren’t so shiny I think he and a few other guy stars could work them. The shiny satin seems like the male version of FMO though.

            • Thomas

              No, you’re talking about the right one. But I thought that green Gucci was shiny and iridescent, so that’s why I thought it might work on him. Idk, I guess I just like that suit too much.

            • Lori

              I think it has it’s points. D&G know how to make a great suit. I just think it’s not going to look good on most actual human men, even the famous one.

      • Glam Dixie

        Suits pictured in #17 and #19 are my favorites as well as the fabulous dots but yeah, I don’t have any idea who could pull them off besides a gorgeous model.

    • zenobar

      The saddest little Catholic orphan bullfighters in all the land.

    • Danielle

      So basically, if you’re a very rich male in spring of 2015, shop at Target.

    • Gatto Nero

      Toreador clown clothes.

    • Noah

      I FUCKING GIVE UP.

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      Drops mike and walks away…

    • Sarah

      Even matadors have down time, y’all. And how grateful they will be to find that D&G has made custom slippers for just those times – you know; when you’ve been out stabbing angry bulls all day and could just use a nice cocktail on the lanai.

      • mixedupfiles

        And tank-tops.

    • RescueMe23

      Thank you! I needed a good laugh this afternoon! I burst out – rather loudly at numbers 8 and 12!

    • Denise Rambo

      Oh I give up.

    • barbarienne

      I think a lot of these will translate well to ready-to-wear versions. That said, I cannot get on board with matador jackets paired with clamdiggers.

      Also, not real keen on the glorification of a cruel sport, I don’t care how culturally important it is.

      • Glam Dixie

        Whenever they show those videos on tv of the bulls going crazy and jumping into the crowd or taking out the matador, I secretly cheer for him. I don’t want to see anyone get hurt but I love to see the bull get a little payback too.

        • barbarienne

          I don’t want anyone to get hurt either, but at least the adult humans chose to be there, knowing full well what can happen. (Children excepted for that point, obviously.)

      • KinoEye

        Cultural importance be damned in this instance. If the whole point is to prove bravery, why do they stab the poor beast from a safe distance to essentially bleed it out before the matador even starts?It’s not a fair fight, and it’s not brave to torture an animal who could otherwise maul you. I won’t lie — I read a report about a matador being gored through the throat a while back, and I wasn’t the least bit sorry for him. In a fair fight, the bull will win every time.

    • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

      It’s a very editorial collection. Can’t wait to see what someone like Grace Coddington could do with it. I’d love to see some slim, brave guys take a swing at those polka dot suits on the red carpet, though. Remember gents: Just Say No to Satin!

      • kirkyo

        Can I add a no to Capri pants?

        • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

          My American heart wants to say yes, but I know that my European man-friends love their capris.

          • Lori

            My European man-acquaintances also think any guy can wear a Speedo. Sometimes love isn’t enough.

            • evave2

              Thanks Lori, I hate the Capris. Unless you don’t. But I do. Nothing like a hairy guy in a Speedo to mess up my whole day.

            • Lori

              I am anti both manpris and most guys in Speedos. I once had a (male) coworker whose firmly held opinion was, “Dude, unless you’re swimming for a gold medal you should not be wearing that.” I make somewhat more exceptions than he did, but in general I don’t think they’re flattering.

        • e jerry powell

          At least the matadors would have stockings on with them.

      • e jerry powell

        I have a feeling that the guy who most needs to hear that (Matthew McConaughey) won’t. I can hardly wait for next awards season; I’ve got my pointin’ finger ready.

    • Kent Roby

      Lots of Craft Store Couture, but I will fight Alan Cumming for the polka dot suits.

      • QuietHarper

        I would love to see that red and black look at the ball — it would definitely be something that would be talked about. I like the idea of the polka-dot suits, and they are definitely some of the more creative things in this collection, but… sigh. I work in a very conservative atmosphere, and there ‘s just no way to not be laughed off the job site.

    • wisenhar

      Did Stefano and Domenico go bric-a-brac shopping at Hobby Lobby with Stella McCartney? What has the world come to?!?!

    • lunchcoma

      The matador stuff doesn’t work for me at all, but I’m liking those suits toward the end.

    • MoHub

      Soutache overload.

    • alyce1213

      The suits are promising but the literal matador/Lady of Spain stuff is ridic.

    • William Swoope

      Carmen…on Ice!

    • MaggieMae

      I predict we will see stars on the RC in those shiny colored suits and we will pronounce them unable to pull it off. It will be a series of “Too shiny, too wrinkled, not tailored.”

      • Mrs. Julien

        … unless worn by Alan Cummings.

        • MaggieMae

          Stay tuned! :-)

      • Lower L

        Boystars of the world! Please take a suit and line up so we can judge you. Or fight over who gets to take you home.

    • TerryMarie

      Did the designers all get together and decide to have a competition this season for the stupidest, ugliest line of men’s clothing possible? Because I haven’t liked a single thing I’ve seen in any of these collections. (Though the grey and black polka dot suit is kind of cheeky and fun.)

    • crash1212

      I’m all about the polka dot suits. Love.

      • formerlyAnon

        I love the grey on grey one. Love.

    • ashtangajunkie

      Can’t wait to see Alan Cumming in the polka dots and then forget that this collection ever happened.

    • Kimbolina

      Is it just me or are the cuts of some of the pants crazy unflattering? Saggy, baggy, sad, drop crotches on some of these…

      The suits are fabulous though. And at least this collection isn’t as aggressively ugly and crazy as some of the other menswear this season.

    • Darren Nesbitt

      The more casual looks remind me of the recent Givenchy men’s collections

      • Thomas

        True. I’d kind of like them if they weren’t oversized.

    • PastryGoddess

      Some hapless boy star with a GED in fashion is going to try to wear those shiny suits and fail majestically.

      • Audrey Lee

        Bieber (Mint) or that Teen Wolf kid (Red) for sure. They have “Douche” written all over them.

    • Kitten Mittons

      Dolce & Gabbana: For when your everyday bull fighting jacket just isn’t shiny or puffy enough for the occasion.

    • Steve Ek

      It’s Louise and her Toreadorables come to life! These menswear collections have been ridiculous to the last. This one lost me with the bullfighter board shorts and the hair-calf mandals.

    • Mothra

      It has a kind of “hipster Pope” feel to it, doesn’t it? The plainer pieces look nice. I can’t wait to see which celeb is going to wear that polka dot suit.

    • Bad Idea Jeans

      What’s up with the furry hoof shoes?
      I think I only like the polka dot suits because I’m secretly imagining Alan Cumming wearing them. He probably wouldn’t.

      • boweryboy

        He killed a bull and is using it’s hooves as shoes because badass. I agree about the polka dot suits. My 20 years younger and 20 pounds skinnier self would totaly wear one.

    • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheOctocornNetwork International Model

      This collection is full of bull. Cannot wait to see what man will wear that pink suit.

    • NMMagpie

      All I can hear is: “Take A Bow.”

    • Annaline39

      The 9th one down is a little Fashions by Exedor (the cult guy from Mork and Mindy). The rest is very early Mtv video

    • boweryboy

      The menswear WTFery continues. I like the polka dot suits. That is all. The rest is too literal.

    • Crystal

      This is ridiculous. Also awesome. But mostly ridiculous. At least I’m not bored.

      • Lower L

        Even though the aesthetic is ridiculous, the clothes *generally* seem to be about flattering the male form, which is a real improvement from the Godspell-on-LSD and Soviet-leisure-suit collections the fashion world has been trolling us with. And I totally want to see the print ads for all these colorful suits–I’m thinking a Skittles commercial, but with men.

        • Shawn EH

          The polka dot suits are actually quite charming. Don’t know who could pull one off … Sting? David Arquette? Alan Cumming?

          • Lower L

            Michael B Jordan? Will Smith was doing well with some plaid suits a while back, but I don’t know that I want him to have another project to poledance for. Hiddleston, of course. What about Idris Elba in the solid pink one?

            • Shawn EH

              Idris would look amazing in any of the jewel tones!

    • EveEve

      No, no. Don’t tell me. Let me guess. This season’s collection was inspired by bullfighters? Am I close?

    • Audrey Lee

      I’m all about hte Polka Dot suits, but the super shiny ones are awwwwful. Ugh.

    • Daenyx

      You know the recent offerings have been bad when the D&G collection is my favorite of the lot. This is way too literal, but there are some great pieces among it all.

    • conniemd

      I was trying to think of their theme given that the women have been through Jesus faces and crowns and jewels. I was thinking maybe Italian architecture, or did they already do that? But when I saw the bull fighter Spanish jackets, I snapped my fingers “of course.” D & G isn’t crazy, they did manage some suits that the stars will wear at the end of their collection. I wish they weren’t so shiny though, but then Mathew McConahey will wear at least one.

    • PinkyK

      LOVE the sleek suits. The matador drag is not a good look unless you are in fact a matador….even then I’d call it suspect.

    • BlairBear

      What they are doing to these models is criminal . The only solution I see is for them to take it all off

    • marlie

      The red shorts with the WWE belt had me laughing my ass off at work. I would like to see Alan Cumming in some of these looks, but that’s about it. No other guystar need attempt these clothes. As for the ladies… some of the masters-level and above ladystars could really rock some of the jackets.

      • Lower L

        I know B&W is her thing, but I suddenly want to see Janelle Monae in the green jacket in #4.

        • marlie

          She wore a red cape to the Met Gala, so it’s not outside the realm of possibility. I also think it’s plausible just because she tends to go for suits (or suit-like), so she *could* end up with something from this collection and look really outstanding in it.

    • FibonacciSequins

      I feel like I’ve been cornered at a party by some douche who won’t shut up about his awesome trip to Spain. Jeez, do the interpretations have to be SO literal?

      Pairing those fur shoes with a model with hairy legs was a big mistake, unless they wanted him to look like he has hooves.

      On the positive tip, they do know how to make a flawlessly tailored men’s suit at D&G. That satin would have shown any errors in construction.

      • Tami from Seattle

        I feel like maybe they weren’t sure about the satin suits so they made a bunch of ridiculous clothes so we’d be super happy to see the last 4 pieces of the collection.

        • FibonacciSequins

          lol. Not a terrible strategy.

    • dashwoodstole

      Oh God, what is all this bullfighter bullshit? They’ve run out of Italian stereotypes to mine so they’re turning to Spain? You realise we’re going to see some of these shiny suits on the more adventurous boystars soon, and it’ll look atrocious and all the straight ones will stop wearing anything interesting until at least 2017. D&G please stop.

    • Miranda Reseigh

      I don’t care if it’s menswear, I want that pink suit.

    • VioletFem

      I really like the polka dotted suits and the brightly colored ones as well. I like seeing designers try to push the boundaries and challenge our ideas about menswear. Although, the matador theme was a little bit too literal. Still, it must be really tough to design menswear. Society doesn’t really allow much room for whimsical interpretations of men’s clothing.

    • Tami from Seattle

      Are we being punked with all these menswear collections? This is all an elaborate hoax, right?

    • smayper

      I got the matador thing. But just in case anyone missed it, they put it on a T-shirt!

      • Lower L

        The only thing missing was the little black hats.

    • smayper

      I feel badly for the model who drew the short stick and had to wear the giant black and white octopus clown suit. At least the giant boxing belt guy got to show his lovely chest!

    • colorjunky

      I just don’t think men in capris works, am I sexist?

    • Ragnarockette

      I kind of love this collection – but then again I’ve been trying to get my boyfriend to dress up like a matador for halloween for several years.

      My big quibbles are the big chunk of stomach between the bolero jackets and the waist of the pants, and the boxy, hip-hop esque shirts which I’m pretty sure are for rap moguls only.

    • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ Alicia

      Nice pecs, nice nipples, I am going to pretend the rest of this shit didn’t happen.

    • http://www.readbarbara.com/ ReadBarbara

      I know nothing about men’s fashion, but after scrolling here, I feel confident telling my husband that next spring he’s going to want to dress like a toreador on crack.

    • Man Dala

      Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka were ahead of their time when they sported their Matador outfits at the Met Gala.

    • Alloy Jane

      It’s like they found out that the fashion world would be showing brain-scratchingly bizarre male lines this season and they decided to play along by showing us “Total Bullshit: The Runway Version.” And then they threw in some beautiful suits so we wouldn’t think they were suffering from early dementia.

      There are some beautiful pieces in there but 95% of this is just cockamamy nonsense.

    • KT

      LOL WHUT

    • demidaemon

      Matadors are IN! All of the suits are really great looking though, once you get passed the theme.

      Am I wrong for thinking that the ad campaign for this will involve the guys in the bull shirts charging the guys in the matador outfits and ending in a sexually charged grappling exchange? Or is that just my wishful thinking?

      • formerlyAnon

        You need a job in advertising. For the greater good.

        • demidaemon

          Oh, if only! :)

    • JP

      I actually think Adam Lambert could rock some of these looks. But he’s the only one…

    • sleepycat

      Picture it Sicily, 1922, there was a hungry, rich Spaniard with his big stogie asking for spaghetti and sausage. It was delivered and eaten.

      If the grey polka dot suit was in a 52-54 (I wide both ways) and the pants were a 38 and it was $500 bingo, but alas despite having a large range of sizes for men’s the price tag is looking like $1000+.

      Thankfully they have moved on from Sicily proper, to Sicily (Espana redux)

    • https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Farmhouse-Store/95951940388 Bill Curtis

      Someone probably already said it, but in case they didn’t: Toreadorable!

      …only not really.

    • Trickytrisha

      Wow, they hit my very rational hatred issue… I loathe and abhor anything having to do with bullfighting. I won’t rant here, but I am sickened.

    • quiltrx

      For the men I actually know, this collection is the very definition of “unwearable.”
      It’s pretty to look at, though. I like the more understated of the short bullfighter jackets, but I doubt they will catch on.
      And the polka-dot suits are giving me LIFE. Beautiful shape, beautiful fabrics. I hope to see those on the RC.

    • Brian G. Cox

      This line has everything I need for my single-but-active, bull-fighting great-uncle at Shady Pines.

    • unbornfawn

      OK, so the men’s wear designers are just screwing with us this season, right?

    • eight_of_nine

      I love the polka-dot suits! The rest I can leave.

    • http://gabyrippling.tumblr.com/ Gaby

      I kind of love it all? But the flamenco dancer in me would, of course.

    • Melmmmendes

      If I had the money and a red carpet to sashay down, I would totes, as a woman, rock one of those silky solid color suits. Did a double take at the green one. Holy Moley, that is a nice piece of clothing.

    • WendyD

      Colton Hayes could pull off some of the saner suits in this collection. The rest should be promptly burned.

    • Modeniete

      I have always aspired to wear maternity tops with bulls on them

    • par3182

      Is there a word for a half kaftan?

    • FridaStaire

      If only the men I work with dressed like this. Life would be full of joy and absurdity.

    • Kawena

      Someone spent a little too much time under the summer sun of Seville…

    • gitchygitchymama

      gaga’s gonna love this drag.

    • altermyego

      Ridiculous, stunning, ridiculous, stunning, ridiculous, stunning…schizo collection.

      However I can’t wait to see who wears those jewel toned suits. Love them.

    • formerlyAnon

      Oh my god. There are some GORGEOUS clothes in there. Many of which no man of my acquaintance would wear except perhaps on stage, with the bands they mostly abandoned decades ago.

      I LOVE, love, LOVE the short jackets, with or without the matching vests – though instead of capri length pants I’d put them with beautifully cut sexy fine wool trousers (slim through the hips and loose in the legs) or with jeans. And there are a ton of lovely suits, if many in fabrics that I’m not going to be seeing around town any time soon.

      I pretty much hate the busily patterned oversized shirts, and the black on red long jacket with which the post starts just looks bargain basement to me. Not sure why. Maybe there’s too much of the unsubtle ornamentation? Because it’s basically the same unsubtle ornamentation that’s on the short jackets I like so much.

    • KinoEye

      Bullfighting as a theme grosses me out, but that’s probably just me. Some really beautiful designs and fabrics nonetheless.

    • Fräulein K.

      I want to see the satin suits, the red tux jacket with black braid and some of the polka dots on Alan Cumming. Badly. Surprised by how wearable the smaller polka dot prints look, I think quite a few men could pull those off.

    • Ann VerWiebe

      Nope.

    • Mona_Visa

      And here I was so worried about what to wear to the coronation of Felipe VI.

      • grasshack

        Laughed out loud!
        (automatic vote up)

    • e jerry powell

      Clearly Daddy Tim needs to show up and start asking questions in the workroom:
      “Who is this man, and where is he going?”

      Or maybe not, there’s not telling what kinds of answers Stefano and Domenico will pull out of their asses.

    • JynxTheCat

      The D&G boys sure can cast a runway show.