In case you missed it, check out Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring/Summer 2010 collection, which was heavily cowboy-influenced.
According to D&G, it dresses “urban cowgirls who are able to mix denim, masculine pinstripe suits, suede and perforated leather with romantic white lace, chiffon and Mickey or Minnie Mouse printed crêpe de chine.”
Pay close attention to the styling completed with suede or leather cowboy boots. Loves it!
For more closeup images of the collection, click here.
So guess who were the surprise guests on the red carpet at the Vogue Icon Celebration Event in Beijing today?
It wan’t your regular well tone celeb or supermodel.
It was Mickey and Minnie, the Disney animated duo.
Arriving with leading Chinese supermodel Du Juan, Mickey and Minnie joined 500 other fashion icons including Kate Moss, Jessica Stam, Maggie Cheung, and Milla Jovovich.
The two characters were dressed by internationally renowned fashion designer Vivienne Tam.
According to the Disney camp, their outfits were specially designed to celebrate Disney’s ‘Year of the Mouse’ festivities and are a beautiful blend of festive reds and pinks inspired by catwalk trends to capture the festive spirit of this past Chinese New Year.
I must admit, Minnie’s dress is kinda fly!
Jeremy Scott for Linda Farrow has re-introduced the Mickey Mouse sunglasses.
Described as “extra chunky, frivolous and timeless,” the dug-up eyewear pieces retail for £200 on stylefinder.com.
“With their cartoon undertones you’ll feel like a chic Minnie Mouse when you pop open the lens covers,” says the site.