Dolce&Gabbana have just recently launched their first fine jewellery collection, however, preciousness and embellishments as themes have fascinated the design duo since their first forays into the world of fashion.
Dolce&Gabbana have launched the most glamourous hashtag on Instagram with their newest social campaign: #DGwomenlovemakeup. Upload your own picture wearing Dolce&Gabbana Makeup and you too could become the face of the brand’s beauty.
The bucolic Tuscan house once belonged to Italian painter and sculptor Michelangelo Buonarroti, creator of the wonderful Sistine Chapel in Rome, goes on sale. Anyone interested? If so, Swide tells you more.