A line is the new must have silhouette from the Dolce&Gabbana SS13 collection and for the whole season.
The classic Dolce&Gabbana body-con silhouette could not go amiss.
A tale of two silhouettes
Walking in Style Bianca, Bellucci, Audrey, Dolce&Gabbana muses turned into footwear. Which one will you choose?
Love Lace Classic, bon ton, ageless, call it what you will, lace can be teamed with understated items for a true statement in elegance.
The Colous Beneath Sometimes what's underneath is more important. Bare it in mind and surprise with a tulle and macrame' lace overlay and a chocolate wrapper effect colourful shift underneath.
Lady in Lace Black is a firm favourite of Dolce&Gabbana, whether summer or winter. Partake in the inspiration and don some Sicilian widow fashion this summer.
The Puppet Show Dolce&Gabbana love referencing their favourite island, Sicily, and there are few things more Sicilian than the Pupi, printed on skirts, dresses and more.
Pottery becomes high fashion Ceramic Moor Head vases make up one of Sicily’s most folkloristic exports. Linked to a romantic myth, celebrate local folklore through fashion.
Accessories With Strings Colourful, summery, textured, inventive and unique, these accessories are as colourful and mesmerizing as a Sicilian Pupi puppet show.
Mix and Match Sicilian Folk Take different elements of Sicilian Folklore, like the Moor head vases, the Sicilian horse drawn cart and the majolica and make a colourful outfit for summer.
A Knight’s Tale Tunics were the shirt of choice of medieval knights. Reference this stylistic choice with Pupi (Sicilian marionettes dressed as knights) printed tunics this summer.
Whitewashed Linen Vintage inspired and highly crafted, the mix of malfilé linen and pristine macramé intarsia make for stunning Spring looks.
Sicilian Suits Black is a constant for Dolce&Gabbana, it can transcend seasons being always chic, even at the height of summer.
Buttery Boucle Cream coloured bouclé in oversize silhouettes or mini dresses is the season’s way to experiment with texture and colour.
Mix&Match is Spot On Mix and matching is one of Dolce&Gabbana’s arts and with polka dots as a starting point no mix is hazardous, stripes or flowers are spot on.
Total Polka Dots Polka dots are a favourite of Dolce&Gabbana and a print that has edged its way back into fashion. For spring summer experiment with top to bottom polka dots in different colours.
Sicilian Foulards The Sicilian theme of the Dolce&Gabbana Spring Summer 2013 collection translates perfectly onto foulard printed dresses.
Spring Break Lets look forward to the Easter holidays or Spring Break with some Sicilian foulard prints apt for any escapade in the sun.
Raffia Rules Raffia is one of Dolce&Gabbana’s favourite materials to work with. The brand’s inventive and experimentation with raffia never stops and for Spring Summer 2013 we see new ways of treating the humble raffia.
A tale of two silhouettes Silhouettes are very important in the Dolce&Gabbana Spring Summer 2013 collection. A waist enhancing a-line contrasts the classic figure-hugging look. Which one do you prefer?
Mix&Match Sicily style Dolce&Gabbana teaches us that mix and matching is trendy and sophisticated. This season prints, stripes, florals and brocades are the pieces of the puzzle.
Sicilian Inspiration Sicily is the homeland of Dolce&Gabbana’s inspiration for the Spring Summer 2013 fashion show collection. From marionettes called Pupi to majolica plates, the folkloristic elements of Sicily have been translated into fashion.
City Slicker This summer you won’t be rearing to go to the beach as you’ll miss your elegant city looks. Cardigans, trousers and pretty slippers will become your staple look this season.
Strike a pose on the red carpet Eveningwear takes on a fresh new Spring Summer 2013 look. Be inspired by the upcoming Oscars and choose your very own red carpet outfit and dazzle in Dolce&Gabbana.
Gifts for Her An all year round gifts selection for her. Birthdays, anniversaries or just to remind her she is special.
Tulle is back on the scene Plumeti tulle, a staple in 19th and early 20th century is making a comeback in 2013. This pretty tulle with a mini polka dot like motif is the new must have fabric for your eveningwear.
Girls that are Boys The masculine look with an intrinsically feminine feel is a strong Dolce&Gabbana stylistic code. Feminine fabrics like silk gazar and brocade are fashioned in razor sharp tuxedos for transformist evening occasions.
Fashion candy stripers Stripes are a major trend for SS13, and we’re starting the season off with a bang! Wear stripes top to bottom or take a leaf out of the Dolce&Gabbana archives and mix and match them with flower prints.
Romantic florals Noble fabrics like mikado, gazar and duchesse silk become even more precious with maxi rose prints or delicate Lily of the Valley.