The starting point of the Dolce&Gabbana Fall Winter 2013 women’s collection is the tradition of Sicilian Baroque, which has evolved in volumes and processes, experimenting in new cuts and decorations: golden embroideries that recall Baroque mirrors and frames or embroideries made of small points inspired by dining room tapest.
The Baroque period influenced more than just the silhouettes. The gold embroidery which adorned capes, dresses socks and boots was that of grand guided mirrors. The needlepoint embroideries, pursuits identified with the accomplished 18th century lady, were more than just tapestries. While the prints of lush floral still lifes and plump angels were customary frescos and paintings in palaces. Even the shoes referenced the baroque aesthetic, the sandals were inspired by Venetian ceramics and friezes plaster work.
We like the collection. Excellent work of art, this collection is breathtaking!
Source: dolcegabbana.com, swide.com
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