Beautiful brown suede heels by Dolce & Gabbana. The lush brown suede is accented by golden trim and stitching. The top of the foot is enclosed in entwining loops. The insoles and soles are golden to add to the richness of the look. The heels are 3″. The “Dolce & Gabbana” logo appears on each insole, and is engraved on golden name plates that are attached to each sole. “Vero Cuoio” (Real Leather) is also marked on each sole. Classic design and workmanship. Made in Italy.
Size: 6 US / 35.5 Italy
Retail Price: New Dolce and Gabbana heels typically range from $700-1,200.00+
CDF Price: $268.00
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana had their first show as Dolce and Gabbana in 1985. Prior to that time, they worked for Milan designer Giorgio Correggiari, each sending separate invoices for payment. A bookkeeper suggested they simplify things by combining their bills under the name Dolce and Gabbana. Dolce’s background was in clothing – his father was a tailor and his mother sold fabrics – and Gabbana studied graphic design. This combination of talents would later inspire The New Yorker to say that “Gabbana is the eyes for Dolce’s hands.” As their brand grew, Madonna became a pal, wearing their crystal-embellished corset at her Truth or Dare premier (1991), wearing one of their sweaters on the cover of Vogue (1992), then wearing their designs on her Girlie Show tour (1993). Today, the list of celebrities wearing Dolce & Gabbana is virtually endless, including Angelina Jolie, Beyoncé, Scarlett Johansson, Felicity Jones, Sienna Miller, Penélope Cruz, Emma Stone, Katy Perry, J.Lo, Monica Bellucci, Fergie, and Chloë Sevigny, all wearing the label in their most high-profile Oscar, Grammy, Golden Globe moments. In July 2014, Elle Magazine wrote, “The A-list loves Dolce & Gabbana.” The D&G line was ended – or “folded into” the main Dolce & Gabbana line, as the designers put it- in 2012. www.dolcegabbana.com
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