Dolce and Gabbana goes romantic for their 2016 summer collection

Dolce and Gabbana 2016

Italy is celebrated in Dolce and Gabbana’s 2016 summer collection. If there’s one brand that would know the ins and outs of Italian fashion, the best consideration to be put on top of the list would be this fashion house that originated in the beautiful city of Milan.

True to its roots, Dolce and Gabbana goes back to where it came from and decided to color the bright sunshine of summer with the punch of Italian style that utters distinction in pursuing the definition of what will be the hottest in the summer season of the coming year.

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We can be sure that it is going to be about romance and everything that shouts flare, as the brand’s collection is all about vibrant colors and print designs.

The beautiful scenery found in the beauty of the Italian façade as translated through its architecture is one of the key elements of the collection.

Lazy dresses will never be as arresting as some of Italy’s famous edifices will be translated into designs treating the fabric, as if they are a canvas that will give life to a form of art that can be worn by ladies as they stroll around.

See summer in full bloom, as not only flowers but also scenery will dominate the A-game when it comes to sun dressing.

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It’s going to be a modernized version of the 1940’s all at once, as sequins and accessories are also incorporated to announce the resonance and celebration of the sun and its warmth in a Sicilian way.

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As we all know, Italy is the home of some of the best painters the world has ever met. In line with this reputation, another interesting part of Dolce and Gabbana’s summer collection will be garments designed with brush strokes.

The inspiration behind this must-try trend is the Italian artist Lucio Fontana that speaks a hint of the 1950’s due to its respect to the female body’s S-shape curve.

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