What a show! Dolce&Gabbana made some spanish influenced military parade flair appear on milano fashion week catwalk…. Our favourite: Model army at the end… how frightening (yet sexy) 😉 What did you enjoy the most?
The theme of the show was the Spanish influence in Sicily between the years 1516 and 1713:
Polka dots, roses, lace, black and red, fringing and flowing fabrics were just some of the many Iberian inspired elements at Dolce & Gabbana. Lace and red opened the show as castanets played in the background. Without a doubt we were taken straight into the heart of Spain in a space decorated entirely in red. Following, were a selection of crop tops and decorated shorts. The matador jackets and long, black, lacey dresses revealed the high waisted knickers and brassiers underneath.
A red rose was placed in the buns, and the models looked even more graceful than ever. Little see-through tank tops with jeans embroidered with jewels, models carried traditional Spanish market boxed dolls, the collection was overflowing with details. The embroidered heart on many of the outfits highlighted the passion in the collection which beautifully ended Milan Fashion Week.