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Red lace, mosaics and filigree all come together in a beautiful illustration which synthesizes the themes of the Dolce&Gabbana Fall WInter 2014 collection and highlights its best accessories.
When it comes to jewellery nothing is more impacting than a pair of chandelier earrings. Gold filigree and religious icon medals make these earrings even more precious.
The iconic Dolce&Gabbana tote; the Sicily, undergoes and magnificent mosaic makeover in the Fall Winter 2014 collection.
Don't be afraid to play the contrast game with these eclectic pumps. Velvet and gold cages: classic merged with fashion statement. Perfect!
The Rosary has undertaken an unexpected journey over the years of its history, and thanks to Dolce&Gabbana the prayer beads have been transformed into a pop culture icon, not just a mere fashion accessory.
Monica Bellucci has been crowned by Prestige Hong Kong with a Dolce&Gabbana gold filigree crown, and here are five reasons why she's our queen.
The overarching theme which dominated the Dolce&Gabbana Fall WInter 2014 collection was religion. Unsurprisingly the fashion show saw intricate jewellery as a concrete personification of the theme, none more so than the Rosaries.
Boots are the latest menswear item to pass from the utilitarian sphere to the fashionable sphere. Worried that by wearing a pair of boots you'll look like you're off on a treck or just back from an afternoon spent horse riding? Not this season you won't, boots are the hottest trend in mens footwear.
A bejewelled clutch can change the feel of any outfit, and one as special as this Dolce&Gabbana mosaic embroidered one is more than just an evening bag, its a work of art.
Swide's seasonal focus on the Dolce&Gabbana accessories kicks off with a real winner: the amazing bird cage wedges.
Play a game of trend spotting with this gallery featuring the Dolce&Gabbana Spring Summer 2014 collection accessories.
Kate King is the new testimonial for the Dolce&Gabbana fine jewellery collection. Here is a preview of the Fall Winter catalogue shot by Domenico Dolce.