Millenials storm catwalk at Dolce & Gabbana AW17-18 show
This was a fashion show like no other. Swapping models for millenials, Dolce & Gabbana recruited a cast of social media celebs, A-list offspring and the 20-something It crowd to fill the front row and storm the catwalk at the fashion house's Fall 2017 Men's show in Milan on Saturday.
With the prominent theme of 'the power of youth' woven throughout, the show sought to celebrate those cool enough to warrant the #DGMillenials hashtag. Providing the front row with a number of 'gram-worthy moments was the aim of the game, as Dolce & Gabbana tried their hand at breaking the internet. And if the line-up was anything to go by - from celebrity children and entertainment stars to Instagram influencers and YouTube phenomenon's - we have no doubt they almost got there.
Internet sensation Cameron Dallas opened the show, wearing a bejeweled crown to cement his latest accolade as fashion royalty. Also on his CV? A whopping 17.4 million followers on Instagram, 5.2 million on YouTube, as well as his own Netflix show aptly titled Chasing Cameron.
Hot on his heels was Cindy Crawford's genetically blessed offspring - Presley Gerber. His second menswear season in a row, there's no doubt he'll be one on our radards for quite some time.
Couple this with the likes of Rafferty Law (Jude Law's son), Brandon Thomas Lee (Pamela Anderson's son), Levi Dylan (Bob Dylan's grandson), Dolce & Gabbana darling Lucky Blue Smith, rapper Tinie Tempah, Chase Hill (Taylor Hill's brother), to name a few.
Leading ladies included Lucky Blue Smith's three sisters - Pyper America, Starlie Cheyenne, and Daisy Clementine, Sofia Richie (Lionel Richie's daughter), Immy Waterhouse (Suki Waterhouse's sister), and fashion bloggers Lala Rudge and Caroline Daur.
With stars in their eyes and bright futures ahead, it's easy to see why Dolce & Gabbana chose some of the millennial generations hottest rising stars to showcase their designs.
Check out our favourite looks below: