22 September 2007
Dolce a Deux
ashionistas, now I'm probably preaching to the choir here, but there are two ways you can wear the unabashedly wagtastic Dolce and Gabbana logo sunglasses. Do you prefer to start with the good or the bad?
DOLCE DONE WELL
Let's go ahead and start with the positive. There is the playful, retro approach, exemplified this week by Emmy winner Katherine Heigl in Dolce & Gabbana 6018B sunglasses. I don't even like medical dramas, but I find myself interested in her seemingly down-to-earth style in spite of myself.
Here the logo takes a backseat to the old school shape of these DG frames. They are available for £120 at sunglasses-shop.co.uk.
WHEN DOLCE GOES HORRIBLY, HORRIBLY AWRY
Sunglasses "really do, as the fashion magazines say, hide a multitude of sins," but they cannot be expected to work miracles. And granted, sunnies truly are the least of Britney Spears' many, many worries, but I expect a bit more from someone who rakes in a reported $737,868 a month.