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Dolce and Gabbana Spring/ Summer 2018

This season Dolce & Gabbana showcased  body-hugging, sheer dresses and oversized golden accessories. As is to be expected from the iconic Italian duo, plenty of playful prints, elegant lace and floral details. As always, everything was tailored to perfection  for men and females and we can not forget the kids.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Love is in the air with the SS collection.  In that spirit, the Queen of Hearts takes a quite fabulous turn on their collection,   along with a celebration of everything the duo and their fans of the brand have come to adore: from abundant florals to traditional Italian fare and tailoring. Over all, I had an amazing time viewing this collection.

 

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