Do you recall the Fall 2012 menswear collection with it’s guilded baroque subject? The idea was one of the basic tenants for this, womenswear collection. Combine that with some of the staples from their past few seasons, florals from Spring 2012 at Dolce and Spring 2011 at D&G, the white and black lace from Spring 2011, it all culminated in this collection. Even the ending – or well more actually portrayed as incorporation – of the D&G line was nodded to with the white shirt, spelling out the brand.
For this fall though women aren’t afraid of a little hip action. Gone are the sometimes slouch and boyish tuxedo inspired trousers and in their place are bubble skirts and form fitting floral printed dresses. Sheer bodices found shelter in nought but embroidered capes, cropped or full length, that obscured the womanly curves that were flaunted beneath.