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Norwegian patterns hit the Italian catwalks. What do traditional Norwegian sweaters and footwear have in common with stylish and foggy Milan? This year’s fashion trend for the cold season is to warm up wearing Norwegian-style knitwear clothing and Yeti-like boots. Reviews of D&G’s 2010 autumn/winter collection say the Norwegian pattern stylized tube dresses and prints on chiffon skirts make it both fun and glamorous.

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Norwegian patterns hit the Italian catwalks

Published on Wednesday, 1st September, 2010 at 13:57 under the news category, by Ramona Tancau.
Last Updated on 3rd September 2010 at 08:11.

What do traditional Norwegian sweaters and footwear have in common with stylish and foggy Milan?

Norwegian sweater design
Norwegian sweater design
Photo: Dale of Norway


This year’s fashion trend for the cold season is to warm up wearing Norwegian-style knitwear clothing and Yeti-like boots.

Reviews of D&G’s 2010 autumn/winter collection say the Norwegian pattern stylized tube dresses and prints on chiffon skirts make it both fun and glamorous.

The Independent thought the comfy, warm looking clothes, accessorized with skiing goggles and helmets, reminded anyone of a winter vacation spent mainly on a ski slope and in front of a fireplace.

Or maybe some of the reindeer and snowflakes patterned pieces could easily be destined for stylish soirees?

The elegant bustiers and the tube-dresses, accompanied by long, matching scarves that cover otherwise bare shoulders, fit the glam city, according to D&G’s own Swide style magazine.

Norwegian patterns are back in fashion and most certainly fitting all tastes and occasions – at least D&G believe so.



Published on Wednesday, 1st September, 2010 at 13:57 under the news category, by Ramona Tancau.
Last updated on 3rd September 2010 at 08:11.

This post has the following tags: dolce, gabbana, norwegian, sweaters, catwalk, fashion, patterns, milan, winter, collection.





  
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