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The Brandolini Sisters charm Brazil with their style

Bianca, Coco and Georgina Brandolini d’Adda model Dolce&Gabbana Alta Moda on Vogue Brazil.

Brazil is the market everyone is looking towards. The country’s ever-growing middle class are amounting exorbitant fortunes, with lifestyles to match. With a strong European heritage, the Brazilian middle class look towards Europe for fashion advice, especially Italy due to the large percentage of Brazilians with Italian heritage.

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 Many Italian fashion houses have opened up boutiques in the main Brazilian cities, and not least Dolce&Gabbana.

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The December issue have dedicated a 10-page spread to the Dolce&Gabbana Alta Moda Collection. To further the dream of Italian luxury and the dream that is Dolce&Gabbana Alta Moda, so aristorcratic and full of traditional heritage, the gowns are worn by three of the most famous noble sisters of the Italian social scene: Bianca, Coco and Georigina Brandolini d’Adda.

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Bianca is a spokeswoman for the Dolce&Gabbana Alta Moda Collection. She was present as a godmother at the launch of the line in July 2012 and is a long time friend of the brand. For two seasons Bianca has also starred in the Dolce&Gabbana Campaigns, both in the womanswear and menswear.

Coco and Georgina are set to become not only ambassadors of that old time Italian elegance they perpetuate, and that Dolce&Gabbana finds so bewitching, but they’re set to become increasingly influential in the fashion world as a whole.

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Vogue Brazil dedicates a spread to Italy as a whole: tradition, family, charisma, and fashion all rolled into one, well two: Dolce&Gabbana.

Credits: Vogue Brazil

Photographer: Roxanne Lowit

Stylist: Yasmine Sterea

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