Taking influence from screen sirens and 50's film era, they presented a gorgeous collection of chic clothes that showed both wearability and creativity.
Hot pink was again the IT colour of the show, suggesting that come Sept/Oct, we will be all wrapped up in this mad hue.
Marilyn Monroe was definitely the muse for this collection and her face was screen printed onto a host of dresses, ranging from sleek shifts to full on fifties, petticoat styles.
Very 80's in its structure and colour, just check out those shoulders. But actually the hole fur coat thing has a very screen siren feel to it (maybe not in hot pink though).
I seriously WANT THIS COAT!
The detail on this dress is incredible, it is layered pieces at the shoulder, built up and sculptured. The fabric is essentially fused mesh. It is seriously incredible workmanship and I think often D&G are so kitsch no one notices these little things!
Again beautiful shoulder work, into a very gorgeous tailored tux. Remember folks, it is all in the detail!