The Dolce&Gabbana Fall Winter 2014 collection relied heavily on religious symbolism and the meaning of devotion.
Dolce&Gabbana sent out on the runway during Milan’s fashion week a collection laden with symbolism and gravitas. Madonnas and Saints printed on t-shirts like contemporary shrouds, Altarpiece sweaters and flower printed blazers, just like Church decorations. White shirts reminiscent of Altar Boy vestments and collarless shirts like priest’s cassocks. A finale of velvet shrouded men like a procession of worshippers on their way out of mass dressed in their Sunday best.
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Between an olè, a reliquary, polka dots, guepieres, dolls and women dressed as toreros, Dolce&Gabbana create a sexy, fun and ardently feminine collection which borrows from the Spanish tradition and brings back to life the DNA of the Dolce&Gabbana brand.
When Spain and Sicily meet on the catwalk results is a melting pot of sensual red, black, and white which accentuates a woman’s ardent spirit and power.