For many seasons Dolce & Gabbana do not fail to amaze and so was with a Spring Summer 2014 collection. Here multiple variations of a classic little black dress inspired by Italian tradition and Sicilian spirit.
Recently there has been a lot about Dolce & Gabbana and the only thing I can promise is that… there is more to come! Now a short summary of the recent catwalk look. I am all for make up that makes women look naturally beautiful and an inspiration with 1950ties glamour is definitely my thing.
Maximilianstraße is the shopping destination in Munich. Rated as one for the best shopping venues in Europe, it is offering a great selection of luxury brans such as Chanel, Hermés, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Tiffany, Dolce & Gabbana… this to name just a few. Since my activities there were, with one enjoyable exception, mainly limited to window shopping, some best shop exhibitions that caught my eye…
… like this lovely and elegant setting presented by Tiffany…
… through beautiful windows at Christian Dior boutique…
… and happy Christmas geese at Louis Vuitton…
…to close with cat motives and a hint of absurd as seen at Karl Lagerfeld shop.
Little red dress is a piece that still haven’t found its way into my closet, though for some time I covet it from afar, as I am more and more convinced about it timeless appeal and alluring power. Looking at the sea of scarlet dresses that flooded Dolce & Gabbana catwalk, I am more and more convinced that a shopping trip is near!
I have to admit that Dolce & Gabbana collections were those that I neglected, thinking that they were too much of everything – too sexy, too flashy, too ostentatious… However, recent seasons proved me so very wrong! I started looking closely and what I saw amazed me. I absolutely adored Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2013 RTW collection.
Going through snapshots from fashion show I felt like… I wanted it all, as everything was so amazingly beautiful. Also, I need to admit that I couldn’t stop marvel on models, as they were classically beautiful, with perfect make up and elegant chignons. There was a lot of heavy jewelry, but somehow it worked perfectly well together. The complete image was almost regal, as if fashion royalty came down from its magical Medieval kingdom.