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The Independent reported that severe but sumptuous black wool capes and dresses were encrusted with crosses and curlicues picked out in golden thread, mirrored beads and paillettes that recalled picture frames. One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was lace. Apart from this, there were delicate, transparent corsets and white knickerbockers, velvet hot pants as well as floral print creations.Each creation was a reflection of intricate workmanship and detailing that, at times, appeared to have come out of a painting.The collection also featured prints of cherubs and angels and embroideries made of small points inspired by dining room tapestries.

Tooled silk and jacquard dresses, cherub-printed, tapestry blouses and sheer corsets complete with golden paniers will no doubt come in at a suitably princely sum.

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The Independent reported that severe but sumptuous black wool capes and dresses were encrusted with crosses and curlicues picked out in golden thread, mirrored beads and paillettes that recalled picture frames. One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was lace. Apart from this, there were delicate, transparent corsets and white knickerbockers, velvet hot pants as well as floral print creations.Each creation was a reflection of intricate workmanship and detailing that, at times, appeared to have come out of a painting.The collection also featured prints of cherubs and angels and embroideries made of small points inspired by dining room tapestries.

Tooled silk and jacquard dresses, cherubprinted, tapestry blouses and sheer corsets complete with golden paniers will no doubt come in at a suitably princely sum. The mood was one of opulence and luxury at the Dolce & Gabbana Autumn/Winter 2012 show at the Milan Fashion Week as designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana displayed a collection of delicate lace creations, golden embroideries and rich velvet designs.

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baroque romanticism

Tooled silk and jacquard dresses, cherub-printed, tapestry blouses and sheer corsets complete with golden paniers will no doubt come in at a suitably princely sum.

The Independent reported that severe but sumptuous black wool capes and dresses were encrusted with crosses and curlicues picked out in golden thread, mirrored beads and paillettes that recalled picture frames. One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was lace. Apart from this, there were delicate, transparent corsets and white knickerbockers, velvet hot pants as well as floral print creations.Each creation was a reflection of intricate workmanship and detailing that, at times, appeared to have come out of a painting. The collection also featured prints of cherubs and angels and embroideries made of small points inspired by dining room tapestries. The mood was one of opulence and luxury at the Dolce & Gabbana Autumn/Winter 2012 show at the Milan Fashion Week as designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana displayed a collection of delicate lace creations, golden embroideries and rich velvet designs.

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The Independent reported that severe but sumptuous black wool capes and dresses were encrusted with crosses and curlicues picked out in golden thread, mirrored beads and paillettes that recalled picture frames. One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was lace. Apart from this, there were delicate, transparent corsets and white knickerbockers, velvet hot pants as well as floral print creations. Each creation was a reflection of intricate workmanship and detailing that, at times, appeared to have come out of a painting. The collection also featured prints of cherubs and angels and embroideries made of small points inspired by dining room tapestries.

Tooled silk and jacquard dresses, cherub-printed, tapestry blouses and sheer corsets complete with golden paniers will no doubt come in at a suitably princely sum. The mood was one of opulence and luxury at the Dolce & Gabbana Autumn/Winter 2012 show at the Milan Fashion Week as designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana displayed a collection of delicate lace creations, golden embroideries and rich velvet designs.

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baroque romanticism

The Independent reported that severe but sumptuous black wool capes and dresses were encrusted with crosses and curlicues picked out in golden thread, mirrored beads and paillettes that recalled picture frames. One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was lace. Apart from this, there were delicate, transparent corsets and white knickerbockers, velvet hot pants as well as floral print creations.Each creation was a reflection of intricate workmanship and detailing that, at times, appeared to have come out of a painting.The collection also featured prints of cherubs and angels and embroideries made of small points inspired by dining room tapestries. Tooled silk and jacquard dresses, cherub-printed, tapestry blouses and sheer corsets complete with golden paniers will no doubt come in at a suitably princely sum.The mood was one of opulence and luxury at the Dolce & Gabbana Autumn/Winter 2012 show at the Milan Fashion Week as designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana displayed a collection of delicate lace creations, golden embroideries and rich velvet designs.

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The Independent reported that severe but sumptuous black wool capes and dresses were encrusted with crosses and curlicues picked out in golden thread, mirrored beads and paillettes that recalled picture frames. One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was

lace. Apart from this, there were delicate, transparent corsets and white knickerbockers, velvet hot pants as well as floral print creations. Each creation was a reflection of intricate workmanship and detailing that, at times, appeared to have come out of a painting.The collection also featured prints of

cherubs and angels and embroideries made of small points inspired by dining room tapestries. Tooled silk and jacquard dresses, cherub-printed, tapestry blouses and sheer corsets complete with golden paniers will no doubt come in at a suitably princely sum.The mood was one of opulence

and luxury at the Dolce & Gabbana Autumn/Winter 2012 show at the Milan Fashion Week as designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana displayed a collection of delicate lace creations, golden embroideries and rich velvet designs.

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The Independent reported that severe but sumptuous black wool capes and dresses were encrusted with crosses and curlicues picked out in golden thread, mirrored beads and paillettes that recalled picture frames. One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was lace. Apart from this, there were delicate, transparent corsets and white knickerbockers, velvet hot pants as well as floral print creations.

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One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was lace.

The Independent reported that severe but sumptuous black wool capes and dresses were encrusted with crosses and curlicues picked out in golden thread, mirrored beads and paillettes that recalled picture frames. One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was lace. Apart from this, there were delicate, transparent corsets and white knickerbockers, velvet hot pants as well as floral print creations. Overall, the collection was quite “Italian�-ized; the baroque-gold elements, the Michelangelo-esque infant prints, the almost-Mafioso-touch of black (particularly the black lace-edged veils) made for a collection that every Italian-loving girl would kill to get her hands on (myself included!)

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baroque romanticism The Independent reported that severe but sumptuous black wool capes and dresses were encrusted with crosses and curlicues picked out in golden thread, mirrored beads and paillettes that recalled picture frames. One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was lace. Apart from this, there were delicate, transparent corsets and white knickerbockers, velvet hot pants as well as floral print creations.

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The stunning, versatile show ended with a beautiful bombardment of baroque. Style gold Embellishment, as seen during on the initial pieces.

The Independent reported that severe but sumptuous black wool capes and dresses were encrusted with crosses and curlicues picked out in golden thread, mirrored beads and paillettes that recalled picture frames. One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was lace. Apart from this, there were delicate, transparent corsets and white knickerbockers, velvet hot pants as well as floral print creations Overall, the collection was quite “Italian�-ized; the baroque-gold elements, the Michelangelo-esque infant prints, the almost-Mafiosotouch of black (particularly the black lace-edged veils) made for a collection that every Italian-loving girl would kill to get her hands on (myself included!)

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baroque romanticism The Independent reported that severe but sumptuous black wool capes and dresses were encrusted with crosses and curlicues picked out in golden thread, mirrored beads and paillettes that recalled picture frames. One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was lace. Apart from this, there were delicate, transparent corsets and white knickerbockers, velvet hot pants as well as floral print creations.

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One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection

The Independent reported that severe but sumptuous black wool capes and dresses were encrusted with crosses and curlicues picked out in golden thread, mirrored beads and paillettes that recalled picture frames. One of the most dominant themes apparent in the collection was lace. Apart from this, there were delicate, transparent corsets and white knickerbockers, velvet hot pants as well as floral print creations Overall, the collection was quite “Italian�-ized; the baroque-gold elements, the Michelangelo-esque infant prints, the almost-Mafiosotouch of black (particularly the black lace-edged veils) made for a collection that every Italian-loving girl would kill to get her hands on (myself included!)

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