The Biggest Celebrities Who Stunned in Dolce & Gabbana at Recent Red Carpet Events

It might seem odd that Dolce & Gabbana would hitch its brand to the Kardashian wagon, especially considering designers Stefano and Domenico Dolce once called the family “the cheapest people in the world.”

But Kim K proved to be a loyal customer when she wore a custom gold-embellished corset-style dress for her private performance at Dubai’s new six-star hotel opening. Other big names who stunned in Dolce included singer Saweetie and actress Emma Roberts.

Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey may be 53, but she still knows how to stunt! The singer stepped out in an incredible embroidered Dolce dress at the Alta Moda fashion show in Sicily.

She was joined by her children and husband, Russell Wilson. Ciara wore a stunning gold lame lace gown embellished with metal and embroidered sacred hearts, while her NFL quarterback husband rocked a white suit with a shawl lapel and bowtie. Actresses Drew Barrymore and Dame Helen Mirren were also in attendance. Drew opted for a pink pleated dress with sculptural floral sleeves, while Helen wore a gold-striped silk satin gown. They all looked stunning posing for photos.

Drew Barrymore

Known for her feminine silhouettes, Drew Barrymore stunned fans with a more androgynous look when she attended the Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda show in Sicily, Italy. The actress wore a lemon-colored opaque dress with flowers embroidered on the sleeves and a gold tiara on her head. She paired the look with a matching Dolce bag and appeared sans make-up.

The model was joined by singer Ciara and husband Russell Wilson, who wore Dolce looks. Singer Ciara opted for a gold ball gown that featured embroidered sacred hearts, while Wilson looked sharp in a butter-white silk tuxedo. The trio posed together in front of the cameras and fans.


Ciara Princess Harris was born in Fort Hood, Texas, on October 25, 1985. She moved around frequently because her father was a military officer, and she settled in Atlanta at age 16. She started writing songs and performed in various talent shows. She formed the girl group Hearsay with two friends, but they eventually parted ways. Ciara worked hard and finally landed a publishing deal with LaFace Records and producer Jazze Pha.

It was like a karmic message from Mother Nature when an apocalyptic hailstorm hit the Dolce & Gabbana fashion show last year. But the brand recovered from the backlash, and celebrities wore their dresses again.

Russell Wilson

Football player Russell Wilson is a billionaire who invests in multi-million dollar companies. He has a net worth of $165 million and has started his own company called “West2East Empire.” He works with organizations like Boys and Girls Clubs of America and Seattle Children’s Hospital.

The designers behind Dolce & Gabbana have a huge Sicilian influence that they use in all of their designs. They’ve incorporated elements of this culture from the very beginning, including black lace, detailed embroidery, and masculine pinstripes. They’ve also worked with Madonna, producing her 2003 album American Life and designing the costumes for her 2004 Re-Invention World Tour. They’ve even designed a car with 24-karat gold details.

Kris Jenner

Kris Jenner is the matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner empire, which has spun off into various successful reality TV shows and spin-offs, including Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Kourtney and Khloe Get The Job Done. A recently launched Hulu series called The Kardashians. She’s also penned multiple autobiographies and appeared on her daytime talk show (canceled after one season), and even released her line of cleaning products.

She’s known for being a master “momager,” managing her biological children’s business ventures, public appearances, and even their social media accounts. She’s also a recurring cast member on E! ‘s hit reality TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashians and was the star of I Am Cait in 2015, following her husband Bruce’s gender transition.

Leslie Odom Jr.

Leslie Odom Jr is an award-winning vocalist, songwriter, and actor. He has performed at the White House and Super Bowl and on hallowed stages like Lincoln Center, Rockefeller Center, and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. He has starred in numerous musical theater productions, including Rent and the revival of Dreamgirls.

Odom recently portrayed soul singer Sam Cooke in Regina King’s critically acclaimed Amazon film adaptation One Night in Miami. He earned Academy, Golden Globe, and Critics Choice Award nominations for his performance.

Odom has also appeared on television in a recurring role on Vanished and in a series of guest appearances. He has a new book, Failing Up: How to Take Risks, Aim Higher, and Never Stop Learning, published by Feiwel