Dolce and Gabanna is an Italian extravagance mold house established in 1985 by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. Having a prompt effect with their gaudy, attractive garments—for instance, their mark “girdle dresses”— and provocative promoting, the house immediately picked up distinction and the devotion of prominent big name clients, for example, Madonna, who wears their styles offstage and has employed the house to configuration outfits for her exhibitions.
Dolce and Gabbana offers dress under two brands: Dolce&Gabbana (formally spelled without any spaces), which concentrates on extravagance attire, eyewear, extras and aromas; and D&G, a more easygoing and contemporary line of apparel, watches and scents. The two lines use the conspicuous “D&G” logo on a hefty portion of their items.
Dolce&Gabbana’s first scent, named just Dolce&Gabbana for Women, was propelled in 1992. A men’s form followed in 1994. The brand propelled a progression of aromas throughout the year, with their Light Blue scents for men and ladies being among their best.
The D&G line propelled the Anthology arrangement of aromas in 2009, motivated by tarot cards and promoted by a portion of the mold world’s most acclaimed faces.
Planner Dolce&Gabbana has 69 scents in our aroma base. The most punctual release was made in 1992 and the freshest is from 2017. Dolce&Gabbana aromas were made as a team with perfumers Nathalie Lorson, Jean-Pierre Mary, Martine Pallix, Max Gavarry, Jean-Michel Duriez, Aurelien Guichard, Jean-Marc Chaillan, Laurent Le Guernec, Olivier Cresp, Alberto Morillas, Givaudan, Stefano Gabbana, Olivier Polge and Rodrigo Flores-Roux.