Dolce & Gabbana SS14

An ode to Roman pantheon of gods in Sicilian ruin prints and a sea of gold embroidery

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Dolce&Gabbana women's show SS 2014_BCK (58)
Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana

Initial reaction: 

Jupiter and Juno's house party in Sicily during springtime.


Roman temple ruins, the pantheon of gods, Federico Fellini films

Stand out looks:

Roman coins and mirrored embroidery jangling and shimmering on short tunics.


Gold glorious gold everywhere in the coin headbands, earrings, gladiator sandals and painted carved wedges depicting Roman gods on the back of the heel.

Most likely to:

Give spring a jolt with all the cherry blossom embroidery and Roman coins dangling everywhere.

Least likely to:

Be seen without a trace of gold. Dolce and Gabbana's Sicilian bling doesn't seem to waver.

Model behaviour:

Kasia Struss closed the show.


A postcard from Stefano and Domenico depicting a temple and cherry blossoms in a linen bag.


Yet another track that makes us wish we were quaffing Aperol spritzers somewhere in Italy...Spiando di Bagno by Nina Rota.

Left us wanting:

A tour through the temples of Southern Italy and a Fellini weekend marathon.

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