2009 September 28
Dolce & Gabbana - Milan Spring 2010
(MILAN) After quite of few seasons of focusing on editorial bait, the boys delivered a strong greatest hits parade full of scarlet prints, sensual black lace, and a runway garden full of rose petal silks. This collection seemed to be about pleasing a dame that keeps the company in the superior business and the Italians delivered that with uttermost confidence and cinematic showmanship. The grand swimsuit finale led by Natasha Poly was especially pleasing, as fifty-something girls charmed the audience and live cameras with animal prints and mega watt smiles.
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