Dolce&Gabbana made our dreams come true

Dolce&Gabbana is breaking with the style that used to show in it past seasons. We are aware that the past spring/summer 2015 collection and the following spring/summer 2016 and autumn/winter 2016 collection has been inspired with the pro pious style of its beginnings. We have to say that for us has been a shocking change but we prefer the looks from the “new” brand.  It reached the maxium splendour in the past Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2016 season. Inspired by Princess stories; the brand gave to the public a time to disconnect from the world and return to our childhood. Dolce&Gabbana has make true the dreams from our infancy. Our favourite items have been clutches with the iconic clock from Cinderella or with a carriage form and the transparent heels.

 

Clothes has the same style; we are in love with the jackets and dresses inspired by the prince from the childhood storys.

 

Some of the garriage had iconic icons from the storrys; the mouses from Cinderella, the unforgotable mirror with the quote “Who is the most beautiful” or the famouse Apple from Snow White or even the candelabrum that reminds us Beauty and the Best story or clocks from Alice in Wonderland.

 

All the collection has a pich of baroque style. But there has been some garments or shoes that has broken with this style. Shoes with spick and pompoms on the heels, and  dresses with flowers, an Italian style that makes us think of the origins of the Brand.

 

In the following presentation you will be able to see all the pictures from the catwalk.

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