Dolce & Gabbana Catwalk Fashion Show Milan Womenswear SS2014
Dolce & Gabbana still don’t get enough of Sicilian culture. For their ss2014-collection they focused at the islands interaction with Greek culture in the ancient world. they used old photographs of ruined amphitheaters as prints. Ionic columns were reproduced as heels on shoes. The gold coins that exploded into chunky corset belts looked witty, especially when those belts gripped delicate dresses petaled with Sicily’s almond blossom. That hard/soft contrast buy viagra without prescription is a Dolce & Gabbana signature, the same way that a woman in a bustier and black lace slip is anything but vulnerable.
The collection was described as “an unconscious dream”: the clothes embodied the blend of the real and the irrational that can only be found in dreams.
Sophia Loren was a reference point, as seen in the red slip-dress with black bra showing, the sheer polka-dotted blouses, pencil skirts, and coat-dresses. What brought everything together was the wonderful workmanship and fabric research.