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Celebrating their 20th anniversary in fashion, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana went all out to prove their smoldering Mediterranean allegiances. Sending out a parade of sexy vixens, clad in sultry lace dresses cast in red, fuchsia, black, white the dynamic duo from Italy once again made a convincing case for irresistible eroticism. Created to hug the curves and accentuate the bosom, Dolce & Gabana’s expertly engineered corsets, were incorporated in to a great number of the looks seen on the runway.

Pouring out of a barn in a forgotten Sicilian village the D&G girls had one mission: to seduce all the townsmen. Subtle touches like disheveled hair, littered with hay, peekaboo pettit-coats and towering platforms added yet another layer of Sophia Lauren-esque allure to the lineup of tempting signoritas.

Dolce & Gabbana’s celebratory collection was a theatrical production celebrating the enticing way in which Domenico and Stefano interpret style.




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