Life is sweet for those who can afford to wear Dolce & Gabbana. Named after the Italian designers who founded the company, Dolce & Gabbana offers men's and women's collections of knitwear, leather goods, scarves, ties, shoes, underwear, and beachwear, donned by the rich and famous. It also licenses its brand names for fragrances, eyewear, and footwear. It has boutiques around the world, including a handful of company-owned locations. Dolce & Gabbana brought many of its production licenses in-house in 2000 and introduced a children's line in 2001. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, who first introduced their own label in 1985 while still in their 20s, own Dolce & Gabbana.
Dolce & Gabbana is organized into two central lines for adults. 'D&G' and is consideribly sunglasses and fragrances.
D&G Junior is a separate line aimed at children under the age of 13. D&G Junior follows the ethos of D&G and embodies youth and fun with the styles of its clothes. Each season follows a set-named trend for a season and is named separately for boys and girls. The line contains clothes aimed at different ages of children. D&G Junior is more visibly influenced by popular culture compared to D&G, such as the Ibiza line of D&G Junior. Suprisingly, D&G Junior is distributed to more stores than the adult brands and is available outside of boutiques and department stores.