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Designer resorts

Dolce&Gabbana applied its Italian finesse and expert craftsmanship to several specially selected exclusive beach clubs across Europe over summer.

11 September 2023

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The iconic colours and collection from Dolce&Gabbana illuminated exclusive beach club destinations with the DG Resort project in locations including Capri, Taormina, Marbella and St Tropez.

Intense blues and pure white of the Blu Mediterraneo pattern enhanced the dreamy atmosphere of the Italian Mediterranean. The vivid colours of the brand’s tribute to the Sicilian Carretto echoes its heritage.

In Marbella, Dolce&Gabbana decorated La Cabane. Renowned for its breathtaking beaches, cosmopolitan ambiance, and elite tourism, Marbella stands as one of the most captivating destinations on the Costa del Sol, Spain.

With a rich history and vibrant traditions, this city has swiftly evolved from a humble fishing village into a veritable haven for the jet set.

It’s the perfect setting for Dolce&Gabbana, who curated a luxurious summer experience at La Cabane beach club, a pristine resort nestled along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.

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From its mesmerising sea views to the azure-hued, illuminating pool and proximity to the sandy beaches, La Cabane provides an idyllic retreat for rest and relaxation.

Immersed within this exotic paradise, the resort also hosted a Dolce&Gabbana pop-up store, showcasing an exclusive selection of clothing and accessories.

In St Tropez, a coastal village made famous by Brigitte Bardot and now one of the most glamorous and fashionable resorts on the French Riviera, Dolce&Gabbana worked with Casa Amor.

With its myriad shades, magnificent beaches, and sun-kissed landscapes, St Tropez is the place where celebrities from around the world come together to stroll along the beautiful harbour, relax amidst luxurious yachts, and experience the utmost enjoyment during their vacation.

Located on the Pampelonne Beach in Ramatuelle, Casa Amor beach club was chosen by Dolce&Gabbana to be adorned with the iconic Carretto Siciliano print during the summer season.

This bohemian-style resort, adorned with the traditional colours of Sicilian carts, is the perfect place to experience ancient Italian traditions by the seaside on summer evenings and immerse oneself in the most authentic Mediterranean atmospheres.

On the eastern coast of Sicily, overlooking the Ionian Sea, is Taormina, the pearl of the Mediterranean. Its spectacular views and enchanting atmosphere make it a top destination for celebrities and Hollywood stars, including the cast and crew of The White Lotus who filmed the second series there.

Dolce&Gabbana found it to be the perfect setting for their signature Blu Mediterraneo pattern, which was used to decorate the beach club at San Domenico Palace.

This building was an opulent monastery that housed monks from affluent aristocratic families. Once converted into a hotel, its corridors and façades have entered the history of world cinematography. It was incorporated into the Italian Four Seasons Hotels following an extensive renovation project.

The resort, decorated in blue and white, is set against a backdrop of the evocative east coast, with the incredible view of Mount Etna and an infinity pool jutting off the cliff.

In Capri, Dolce&Gabbana took over the Quisisana Grand Hotel. Capri, the quintessential cosmopolitan Mediterranean rock with its glittering water, beautiful coves and beaches, is not only one of the most famous resorts among Hollywood celebrities, but also the perfect backdrop for Dolce&Gabbana’s most iconic pieces.

The luxurious Grand Hotel Quisisana is located in the heart of Capri, near the famed Piazzetta, and it is the beautiful resort that Dolce&Gabbana has chosen to decorate with the iconic Blu Mediterraneo pattern. The hues of white and blue stand out among the orange blossom-scented gardens and spectacular views of Faraglioni rocks and Marina Piccola, emphasising the exquisite atmosphere of a seaside holiday.

 

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