Dolce & Gabbana Googled ‘Famous Millennials’ and Sat the Results Front Row
In what can only be seen as an attempt to seem hip, fresh and still relevant AF, the iconic fashion house Dolce & Gabbana decided that there should be an age limit for who could sit in the front row for their fashion show.
So instead of being a veritable who’s who of fashion insiders and established celebrities, the front row of Dolce & Gabbana was made up of “famous millennials,” none of whom were over the age of 27.
Pictured here are: Leon Else, a 24-year-old aspiring rock star who still thinks novelty hats are cool, Zhang Huiwen, a 23-year-old actress who looks thrilled to be seated next to him, Jamie Campbell Bower, a 27-year-old who swears he was in a Harry Potter movie, Sofia Richie who can honetsly do no wrong, Cameron Dallas, a Vine star you may or may not hate, and Sistine Stallone, the spawn of Sylvester Stallone.
And here we have: Brandon Thomas Lee, one of Pam Anderson’s sons, Sonia Ben Ammar, a 17-year old model who used to date Brooklyn Beckham, Isabel Getty, an heiress, Talita von Furstenberg, the granddaughter of Diane von Furstenberg, Rafferty Law, Jude Law’s spawn, Zara Larsson, a baby pop star you genuinely might have heard of, and Luka Sabbat, an 18-year old model who the New York Times swears is one of the coolest teens alive.
Also in attendance were Sarah Snyder, Lucky Blue Smith, Pyper America Smith and their two less famous sisters who nonetheless have equally long and complicated names.
How do you say “pandering” in Italian?