• Show Review: Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2012

    While scarf prints were all over Dolce & Gabbana’s D&G line, the brand opened their Spring 2012 collection with fruits, flowers, and veggies. Cucumbers, red peppers, onions, and even eggplants were spied on sharp dresses and separates with 50’s silhouettes.

    Bobble earrings dangled from lobes, and dramatic bows finished off rompers and corseted dresses. Flowers appliqués also fluttered into view on car coats, as well as neck and hem lines.

    Undergarments peeked out from under sheer appliquéd lace garments in baby blue, navy, and white.

    The show concluded with a series of jewel encrusted looks, with multicolored embellishments shimmering off white and black shirts and belly baring corset tops.

    While the theme stayed pretty consistent with D&G’s show, it seems Dolce & Gabbana hopped from fruit to lace to candy like decorations all at once. Varying inspirations aside, I fell in love with the silhouettes of the veggie print pieces and with the tailoring of the all black picks.

    What about you, Bombshells?


    Claire Sulmers is the publisher and founder of Fashion Bomb Daily, the #43 most influential style magazine in the world.

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