Scarlett Johansson in Dolce & Gabbana frow

We were so so worried about D&G winding down as it’s defined some serious trends for over a decade but Dolce & Gabbana is still very much alive and our go-to for sassy evening wear (after we win the lottery).

Inspiration: Glamour and incredibly detailed beading in a Vegas show girl kind of way. And vegetables (who’d have thought!) Of course Italian culture also figured…PASTA EARRINGS!

The Look: For party time: sexy crocheted and lace black dresses showing a lot of skin, dresses encrusted with plenty of coloured stones mixed with glitzy fringing, show-girl style sequinned swimsuits with fringing.

For daytime, Dolce & Gabanna took inspiration from vegetables (in a more grown-up way than Moschino Cheap & Chic) with chills, aubergines, onions and tomatoes creating rural idyll print retro-style dresses. Full skirts, printed chiffon, cut-out cotton playsuits and 1950s style underwear made for a sexy rustic look.

Best Bit: The finale where models packed the catwalk wearing retro sequinned swimwear. So glam.

Notes: Scroll all the way down for the frow including Scarlett and Paloma Faith.

An evening dress to die for (must weigh a tonne with all that beading!)

Sewing skillz innit.

50s inspiration but so glam

The Dolce look we know and love.

A snapshot of the models in lots of different sparkly swimsuits.

WOW!

Lemon loving (hello, it's yellow again!)

Chilli pepper print = hot day wear trend

Pasta earrings - a DIY project?

And now for the frow…

Dolce girl Scarlett with the designers

And nude coloured lace for the main event

Paloma wows in Dolce & Gabanna gown (black, of course)

Poppy Delevigne keeps it simple in classic LBD

Pics from: Harpers, Elle, Cosmo and Twitter.

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