There is one thing that Sicily and Cartagena have in common, and that is their passion for vibrant colors.
Dolce & Gabbana presented their Alta Moda show last week as an extension of Sicilian culture and art. Over 120 looks were glowing amongst the Italian conquered island’s folklore, architecture and legacy.
The interpretation of the Sicilian style is one of Dolce & Gabbana’s most significant impacts on the Italian fashion market. The island’s French, Arabic and Spanish legacy was reflected on every runway look.
The addition of feathers, flowers and crowns were the perfect touch to complement the designs, highlighting the colorful Sicilian culture.
The show reminds us of the exuberant South American beauty. Cartagena is well known for its Caribbean roots, and for its colorful architecture and impressive coral reefs.
The Colombian port is surrounded by authentic style. The streets are covered by ruffle dresses, fruit basket crowns and a vibrant architecture.
Like the Caribbean city, Dolce & Gabbana’s last autumn-winter show delivered an exquisite aesthetic based on the maximalism code, where “more is more” was a common theme on the runway.
The designer duo brought the colors and swashing style back to the haute couture. Now, we take it to your next photoshoot at Cartagena, Colombia, the perfect place to show the elegance of your brand surrounded by a city that believes in the colorful maximalism. Book your shoot today! www.klickpicks.com/cc
Read more about Dolce & Gabbana’s Alta Moda show here.
By Lucia Barrantes (@barranteslucia)
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