When Dolce meets conquistador Cortez
Posted by Ágnes Taraszovics · Nov 18, 2014

Dolce and Gabbana gave new meaning to Cinderella’s Little Glass Slipper and the matador look

The newest, spring-summer 2015 collection of the Italian fashion house Dolce and Gabbana is inspired by Spain’s occupation of Sicily and surpasses the imagination. The Spanish-themed collection named „Spanish influence in Sicily between 1576 and 1713” brought to life a world that we couldn’t even dream of before.

Spring 2015 is a lavish celebration of heritage style both in the use of the materials and the patterns that appear in each clothes and accessories. At the breathtaking trunkshow, the runway transformed into a spellbinding corridor overrun by an army of matador models in case of the men collection, while women glittered as 16-18th century noblewoman during the night. These rare couture-worthy pieces in rich toreador reds, exquisite lace, and ornate jewels beautifully embody the posy “dressed to kill”.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqiT2zEFiNU

Beyond the golden brocades we show you another subtle detail, our favorite piece: the glass heel coming up with an artwork. The glass heel of this special black T-Strap shoe is fully operational, and although it looks more like a show piece, yet wearable. This amazing creation blurs the boundaries between art and shoes, so it can be stated that this typical piece of spring collection 2015 of Dolce & Gabbana designed by Mary Jane opens up new horizons in shoe design.

photos:modaoperandi.com

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