Dolce & Gabbana turned their fashion show into the the coolest block party
Packing princesses, YouTube stars, fashion icons and former models on one ramp
When you’ve been setting up fashion shows for as long as Dolce & Gabbana, you’re always looking for new and exciting ways to shake the crowd out of their fashion week-induced stupor. This time around, the brand decided to prove their cool credentials by roping in influencers from across age groups and continents.
Countess Bianca Brandolini walked the ramp with celebrity blogger Aimee Song of Song of Style. Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson’s son Dylan Jagger Lee was followed by shoe designer Tabitha Simmons and YouTube stars Chloe and Halle Bayley. If there ever was a party worth attending, this was it.
Inside the Dolce & Gabbana block party
The celebrity blogger behind Song of Style, Aimee Song has over 4.4 million followers on Instagram alone.
Chloe and Halle Bayley are sisters and YouTube stars, and come Beyoncé-approved after their cover of her song, 'Pretty Hurts' went viral. Which is probably how the Dolce & Gabbana team first spotted them.
As if being half-Swedish and half-Thai doesn't instantly elevate your exotic appeal, model/actress Praya Lundberg is also a UN Goodwill Ambassador.
Jason Harvey and his entire gorgeous family walked the ramp in Milan. We're not sure why his comedian father Steve Harvey didn't make the cut, but we're guessing a goodie bag filled with Dolce & Gabbana will more than make up for the missing invite.
Behold, world. This is what the offspring of Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson looks like.
Tabitha Simmons designs shoes for a living, but every now and then, she likes to slip into her former guise of runway model. We're not complaining.
Brazilian-born model Andrea Dellal and her daughters Charlotte Olympia (accessories designer) and model Alice Dellal like to keep it in the family.
Sarah Snyder is dating Will Smith's son, Jaden, but her real claim to fame is that 1.1 million strong Instagram following.