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Mamma Mia!

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Mamma Mia!

Moms are the best.
And we love how fashion week is embracing them.

At London Fashion Week, it was expectant mothers who were celebrated. But, in Milan, it was Dolce & Gabbana who really paid tribute to moms everywhere. Models walked the runway with their children, carrying babies and matching outfits with the older kids.

Their “All in the Family” theme really pulled at our heartstrings, and we liked the designs too ;)

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  • Christina Steed March, 3 2015, 7:01 / Reply

    Yes, all the world loves mothers and babies when they’re beautiful and dressed in Dolce and Gabbana. I find the general public much less forgiving in real life.

  • In Love with this Concept of Babies and Mothers. Props to Dolce & Gabbana

    BAANOU
    http://www.baanou.com

  • this show was amazing

    http://hashtagliz.com

  • I love that they celebrate motherhood. But during London fashion I saw a young mother in the public. I don’t understand why you would like to go to a fashionshow with somebody on your lap that can’t sit still. Has a big change for crying. And afterward probably only want to eat icecream and go to the playground. I love the idea of brining your child when its at a age to understand the concept of a fashion show. But a almost infant child why? PS. Isn’t this a trend that kimk. Started?

  • Mainly because otherwise, you wouldn’t be able to do anything at all.

  • I agree with you. Children shoudn’t attend fashion shows, unless they’re at least about 5-6 years old. I would have been the happiest child if I could attend a fashion show at that age, but fashion shows are not even “healthy” for littles kids. There’s a lot of confusion, high volume music, it’s just stress for them. The fact that K. Kardashian wants to bring her daughter at fashion shows, for me and I want to stress for me, proves that she’s just a way to draw more attention. So children are supposed to do everything they parents do?

  • Clotilde March, 4 2015, 12:06 / Reply

    Ce sont vraiment leurs enfants? C’est une jolie idée.

  • I had mixed emotions on this one. Loved mothers and their babies, but it’s a bit disingenuous when pregnancy and motherhood aren’t necessarily things that are celebrated by Fashion. So much talk of “losing the weight” getting “your body back” and heaven forbid someone makes decent maternity/breastfeeding clothes. Sadly, the bumps and babes felt like a bit of a prop to me. Although maybe I’m grouchy because of my 5-months-pregnant belly. :)

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  • Judith March, 4 2015, 2:05 / Reply

    J’aimerais savoir si ce sont vraiment les enfants des mannequins, ou alors d’autres “bébé mannequins” que l’on utilise juste pour la photo. parce que dans le premier cas, oui ça serait adorable et “moms are the best”, mais si c’est juste une image que l’on veut donner et acheter le plus beau bébé pour aller avec la plus jolie hypothètique maman, pas vraiment..

  • Agree!

  • Marion March, 4 2015, 2:52 / Reply

    Le bébé nouvel accessoire de mode ? … je suis perplexe …

  • Call me cynical, but I found that show very cheesy and hypocritical (considering how fashion stands on the woman body). Also, the use of “mama” by the Spice Girls was just silly….

  • Glad that someone else thinks the same (as me). The collection have some gorgeous pieces, and I think that all the writtens about the love for “mamma” will be modified, but the clothes with the drawings made me think of Angelina Jolie’s wedding dress.

  • Je n’apprécie pas vraiment non plus – voir des enfants sur le tapis d’un fashion show, ça fait bizarre, surtout des bébés et des enfants en bas âge – de plus ce n’est pas célébrer la mère, ces images n’ont aucun rapport avec la réalité – ne pas représenter la réalité est peut être propre à la mode mais utiliser des enfants ne fait pas sens et c’est même un peu triste.

  • alexandra March, 4 2015, 9:12 / Reply

    love it!
    Je suis une maman, et je trouve que c’est une façon de montrer, pour une fois, qu’une maman reste une femme, qu’elle peut être féminine, belle et à sa place dans la mode aussi…

  • vanessa la belge March, 4 2015, 10:00 / Reply

    Et voilà que les enfants deviennent à leur tout des accessoires… Un peu comme ceux présents en front row des défilés.

  • alexandra March, 4 2015, 10:39 / Reply

    et puis certains commentaires m’interpellent: c’est quoi la réalité? être maman ne signifie pas forcément ne pas avoir le temps pour se faire jolie et être couverte de vomi…on oublie pas tout une fois qu’on a un enfant!

  • Mariateresa March, 4 2015, 11:27 / Reply

    GRAZIE MAMMA! MERCI MAMAN! THANKS MUMMY!

  • Superbe !! Malgré les critiques (notamment sur ce post), j’ai trouvé ça émouvant, et en même temps pas du tout étonnant venant de Dolce et Gabbana… Je pense qu’on se souviendra longtemps de ce show !

    http://www.pardonmyobsession.com/

  • I like the fact that influential people are using their medium to change what’s the usual, or accepted way of doing things. I always believe in questioning why something is done and why another way is automatically thrown out and not given a try. We can’t evolve if “what’s accepted by society” doesn’t get tested and changed.

    Kaila, from GUYANA. SOUTH AMERICA! :).

  • “Mother is the name for God on the lips and hearts of all children.” This is what its ALL about. Not fashion, politics…Etc. Children are NOT accessories (i.e. handbags) that you tow around to get “attention” or “publicity”. Children have a heart and soul…feed them DEPTH, wisdom, understanding and love. NOT superficiality. If at all….superficiality should be the LAST thing. Kim K. and trophy wives you are so full of….Idiocracy.

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