Dolce&Gabbana F/W 2014 – 2015 Men’s Collection

Saturday Dolce&Gabbana showcased their Fall/Winter 2014-2015 collection. The inspiration was drawn from a yet untouched, and not that well known side of Sicily’s history, the era of the Norman conquest and reign, until the rise of the Spanish Aragonese dynasty.

The collection is characterized by prints- each look possessing at least one printed item; the suit, the shirt or just gloves or socks. The prints were inspired by the great Romanesque architecture of the Normans: basilicas, mausoleums, it was after all the Normans who brought Christianity back to the island after the Muslim domination. Shearling and sheepskin were a favoured material in early medieval times, and so it was in the Dolce&Gabbana collection. Embroidered, printed, sumptuous, shearling coats and tops worthy of a Holy Roman Emperor punctuated the collection. Kanye, you better pay attention!

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