Dolce & Gabbana To Support Creator Matty Bovan During Milan Fashion Week

High fashion connoisseurs Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana invite the eccentric British designer Matty Bovan in a creative engagement for this year’s MFW.

In lieu of their commitment to promoting young talents, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are pleased to support Yorkshire-based maverick creator Matty Bovan whose design aesthetic resonates with the creative universe of Dolce & Gabbana. Through Bovan’s engagement with the designer duo, he will work apace with the fashion house’s style office on his new collection, set to debut amidst September’s 2022 Milan Fashion Week.

“The colors, proportions, and energy of Matty Bovan’s work reveal the tremendous research and creative process behind each piece. We immediately had a special understanding with him; we are happy to be able to support Matty and the poetry of his vision.” – Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.

Known for blueprinting the traditional masculine suit and transcending it into a symbol of feminine power, fashion conglomerates Dolce & Gabbana will assemble the project possible in its entirety, from the supply of fabrics and materials to the creation of the collection, to the debut on the Milanese catwalks of the young designer.

“I am so excited to announce that I will be showing my next collection in Milan supported by Dolce&Gabbana. Craft and handiwork are at the heart of my work, something that myself and this iconic Maison have great affinity with; the synergy upon meeting Domenico and Stefano recently was palpable. I’m still processing the idea that I am going to be exploring their archives and mixing their historic work with my new output for next spring. I’m already feeling the turbo charge of this alliance!” – Matty Bovan.

Apart from being only 27 years old and having already worked underneath Nicolas Ghesquière at Louis Vuitton, Bovan has rightfully affirmed his space in the fashion industry. Through his influential ethos of decamping previous methods of mass consumption, he seeks to find and illuminate a stealthy passageway for creators to operate in methods that don’t result in mass production. These creative ideologies are under the influence of high-ranking fashion connoisseurs such as Vivienne Westwood, whom Bovan claims inspired his hands-on approach to design.

Watch Matty Bovan’s “Hypercraft” Spring Summer 2022: 

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