Dolce&Gabbana Ready-To-Wear Spring/Summer 2012 - Milan Fashion WeekD&G Ready-To-Wear Spring/Summer 2012 Collection for Milan Fashion Week could have passed in low spirits as it was literally the last one for D&G. It soon is merging into the Dolce & Gabbana mainline. But instead it was the upbeat beyond all questions.

The atmosphere was set thoroughly. While the D&G 2012 collection strode past, Prince was singing his renown lines, “You don’t have to be rich to be my girl…” And there were colorful, feminine and refined ensembles without the lightness of some previous seasons’ foppish boys and vividly printed dresses.

Bright swirls of accessories were absolutely eye-capturing, particularly the scarves in green and pink, orange and yellow, red, yellow and gold, with polka dot flashes and leopard prints. They were worn in different positions, some wrapped up around the body resulting into ruched dresses or worn on top of each other forming layers, some were cut as the sleeves of denim sweatshirts or worn as a sarong under a white shirt.

Despite the aura of spontaneity which was set by numerous flippant scarves, it was no casual collection. The line gave an impression of a gorgeous whirl of Flamenco, especially the huge hats with colorful scarves, large golden coin waterfalls streaming from earlobes.

An up-to-date and trendy propositions were silky pyjama suits, which by all means looked luxurious in D&G 2012 Collection. The pieces were in contrasting bright prints and would look fine both together and apart.

At the end all the models walked out together as a band of colorful gypsies with loose hair. Each dress looked brighter and more romantic than the last. A fascinating show, indeed.

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