In midsummer and early autumn, the Mediterranean coast of Italy is full of elegance and sophistication, romance and youth. The caressing of the sea breeze and the bright sunshine give birth to the pure beauty of blue. Dolce & Gabbana’s 2022 early autumn blue Mediterranean women’s collection is inspired by the centuries-old Caltagirone Mallorca pottery, which skillfully depicts the characteristics of southern Italy. The beautiful Sicilian islands are like rare treasures scattered around the world. Timeless cultural and artistic inspiration and evokes a deep and magical beauty.
When the waves smashed against the dark gray rocks, they fell as blue gems, and in the interweaving of the long water waves and white sand, they fainted into the unique imprint of the Mediterranean Sea. Sicily, the blue heart of the Mediterranean, endows this series with poetic and reverie, a harmonious blend of art and nature.
The collection is a contemporary reinterpretation of pottery from Caltarone Mallorca, a classic design revived with fresh and vibrant colours, presenting a centuries-old invaluable heritage in a modern tone. The exquisite glaze patterns adorned with Mallorcar pottery retain the most original features on various fabrics with hand-painted brushstrokes, paying tribute to the excellent craftsmanship and unique artistic feelings of artisans and artists.
Ultra-light chiffon dresses, silk twill pajamas, jumpsuits, one-shoulder gowns and other items show a fresh and simple elegance with fluffy, soft and rich layers.
Dolce & Gabbana brand designers Stefano and Domenico use the two-color Majorca pottery print to start a blue legend exploration journey, transforming into a visually blurred space, enjoying the ingenious silhouettes and classic patterns in the details. The refreshed interpretation and the ingenuity of handcrafted craftsmanship. In the warm and harmonious colors, the feminine charm of women is even more dazzling due to the time.
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