Last season, we talked about how fashion is no longer forming new trends but rather transforming them. So naturally, you may wonder: what inspires fashion designers?
The answer is pretty simple - subcultures, art, and social events. For example, classic rock won’t surprise anyone anymore, unless it’s interpreted by a designer with a unique, bright and different style. Then it gets much more interesting. So what kind of rocker history do the Italians tell and what’s different from other designers? And how far can the designers’ imagination go when creating new collections?
Piercing details on your shoes? Extra-large platforms? Rivets?...
With the growing popularity of online stores, consumers are increasingly choosing to conveniently shop online. You can dress up from head to toe without even stepping foot outside. You may have thought that you can only buy a beautiful dress or an elegant handbag online but now, you can also buy shoes without worrying about choosing the wrong size. If you spot some single, most beautiful shoes online, don’t let the fear of choosing the wrong size stop you from buying them! Instead, just measure the length of your foot and hurry to enjoy that new pair of shoes!
Summertime is a true wedding marathon. If you’ve been invited to a wedding but all the shoes you have are classic work shoes and casual sandals, it’s time to dive into the search for the perfect footwear! Don’t worry, searching for festive shoes is always nice and exciting!
Now that we’re counting the last days until vacation and secretly crossing out days on the calendar, it’s time to take care of proper footwear. In designer collections at Dolita, you’ll find minimalism, eclecticism and subtle incompleteness. It’s like the faded colors, loose threads and rough materials instantly take you to the jungle, the desert, the mountains or other places you love. Where sophisticated high heels lose their meaning and the emphasis is placed solely on comfort and style.
The works of Italian film masters Frederico Fellinio, Luchino Visconti, Michelangelo Antonioni and Pieru Paolo Pasolinio could never generalized in any way. Same goes with Italian fashion, which could even be identified by Fellini's movie titles. For example, ”La Dolce Vita” (“The sweet life”) speaks of the refined, elegant, chic Italian fashion, whereas the movie “Roma” speaks of free, eccentric, open and very bold fashion. Other movies could be identified by or compared to a modern and bright personality. Italian fashion is just like movies - controversial and unexpected. So this season, DOLITA presents you with the image of a...