The NEW CLAS­SIC

DOMENICO DOLCE AND STE­FANO GAB­BANA DE­CIDED TO CRE­ATE A BAG THAT WOULD GO BEYOND THE BOUND­ARIES OF TIME AND WOULD IN­SPIRE THE GEN­ER­A­TION OF MIL­LEN­NI­ALS.

Kyiv Post - - Entertainment Guide -

The new bag by Ital­ian duet pre­miered at Mi­lan Fash­ion Week and ar­rived at the bou­tiques across the globe in Au­gust. Its aus­tere shape is time­less. You can im­age it in ev­ery con­text: the owner of De­vo­tion could be twenty or sixty years old, she could wear a denim jacket or an el­e­gant blazer, and she would al­ways look up to date with her fa­vorite bag.

The rec­og­niz­able lines of De­vo­tion are an in­vi­ta­tion to ex­per­i­ment. The bag comes in five vari­a­tions of shape, col­ors and sizes. There’s a De­vo­tion with top han­dle to carry by hand, with an ad­justable chain strap to wear on the shoul­der, and a small cross-body which is per­fect for a party.

Ev­ery stage of De­vo­tion’s cre­ation is done man­u­ally at Dolce & Gab­bana’s ar­ti­sanal work­shops. The cen­ter­piece is the bag’s heartshaped metal clasp. Be­sides the ev­i­dent ro­man­tic con­no­ta­tions the heart has a re­li­gious in­spi­ra­tion. Sa­cred heart is a ref­er­ence to the Catholic ex-voto. No sur­prise that the bag’s name is De­vo­tion!

This clasp is a true work of art, cre­ated of mi­cro forged brass and cop­per us­ing the an­cient tech­niques of ar­ti­san jewel­ers . The heart is dec­o­rated with pearls and leaves re­mind­ing of tra­di­tional re­li­gious or­na­ments.

EL­E­GANCE, at­ten­tion to de­tail, CON­TEM­PO­RARY SPIRIT. DE­VO­TION BAG IS AN EV­I­DENCE THAT THE HIGH STAN­DARDS OF MADE IN ITALY are highly val­ued by the mod­ern gen­er­a­tion.

IN THE ERA OF RE-EVAL­U­A­TION OF VAL­UES, WHEN CON­SUMERISM IS SHIFT­ING BACK­WARDS, AND EMO­TIONS AND EX­PE­RI­ENCES ARE BE­COM­ING NEW LUX­URY, A BAG SHOULD BE SOME­THING MORE THAN JUST AN­OTHER REG­U­LAR PROD­UCT. THAT’S DE­VO­TION BY DOLCE & GAB­BANA: SIM­PLE BUT LUX­U­RI­OUS, COM­MU­NI­CAT­ING A STRONG MEAN­ING.

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