Dolce and Gabbana are Taking Over Some Iconic Beach Resorts

A fitting way to make the most of summer 2023.

Just when you thought la dolce vita only applies to those with the last name Kardashian or Jenner think again. Get ready for the summer of Dolce and Gabbana as they’re taking over a select group of beachside clubs across Spain, Italy, and the south of France. Featuring the brand’s signature aesthetics, the DG Resort takeovers span the likes of Capri, Toarmina, Marbella, and St. Tropez, and are destined to be all across your social  media feeds in the next few weeks. 


For the two resorts located in the south of Italy, the brand wanted to pay homage to maiolica, a traditional pottery style that dates back to the Renaissance and has deep roots in the area. This same motif can be seen in their Blu Mediterraneo line which honors the concept of fatto a mano, a tradition of excellent craftsmanship, making it the natural choice for Capri and Taormina. Known as the most cosmopolitan island in the Mediterranean, Capri will host the DG Resort at the historical Grand Hotel Quisisana and its resort. In Toarmina, the brand can be seen at The San Domenico Palace, a Four Seasons Hotel located in a picturesque former monastery perched on the Ionian sea.

Though Marbella is technically located in the Costa del Sol region of Andalusia, Spain, Dolce and Gabbana opted to deck out La Cabane, an iconic beach club of the Los Monteros resort in the Blu Mediterraneo pattern as well. There will also be a pop-up shop in the same creative theme. To distinguish it from the Italian resorts, you’ll also find a space in the restaurant that will feature the Carretto Siciliano print, a motif inspired by Sicilian carts. And finally in St. Tropez Casa Amor, the famous bohemian beach club located on Pampelonne beach, will be redecorated in the Carretto print as well. See the images below and don’t blame us if you decide to immediately book a European summer vacation.

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