Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda {Spring 2014}

Dolce & Gabbana do couture a little differently than the rest. Only a small number of editors are invited to the show. Rather, the audience is filled with friends and their client of the top-spending variety. And more surprisingly, no celebrities will be wearing these pieces come Oscar night. The couture pieces are true to their name, one-of-a-kind, and works on a first-come, first-served basis.

This is only the house’s 4th couture collection,  the inspiration behind which was to turn women into living pieces of art. After negotiations with some international museums to secure the rights, literal replications of Van Gogh’s sunflowers, Manet’s white lilacs, Redon’s anemones, a Klimt sunflower, and Renoir works, were all seen throughout the collection.

Each piece was more magical than the last, creating a beautiful world full of unique florals, grandiose ballgown silhouettes of tulle, and elaborate headpieces.

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