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D&G and Alexander McQueen Get Wet on the Runway
- By: Juan Carlos BonillaOct 5, 2007
Fashion designers around the world, including Alexander McQueen and Dolce & Gabbana, have taken to the wet look. By utilizing liquid shine finishes and other techniques, the new trend offers a refreshing contrast against the bold, matte looks that are also big this year. If you want more visual examples of the wet look, you can check out fashio156.com where you'll find a new type of catwalk and an extraordinary photo proposal. They know the most important topic of interest for you are the latest outfits, so they prominently showcase them on the site. Ready to get soaked?