For the Dolce & Gabbana spring/summer 2014 campaign, the two masterminds behind the label, Domenico and Stefano, decided to stick to a tested formula that works. The new set of ads unveiling the upcoming season's coolest ensembles might bring a sense of deja-vu as they're still based on the family type of gathering with a glam spin we've seen over the past seasons. However, that doesn't make it any less interesting to watch.
The new campaign brings bombshell Bianca Balti in the spotlight once again. She poses alongside Eva Herzigova, Catherine McNeil and Marine Deleeuw and male models Adam Senn, Evandro Soldati, Noah Mills and Tony Ward.
The new Dolce & Gabbana spring 2014 campaign was lensed by designer Domenico Dolce in Taormina. With Sicily being a big part of the inspiration behind the Dolce & Gabbana spring 2014 collection, the location couldn't have been a better choice. The new campaign is, in essence, a curated selection of the new line with a more practical spin. With massive coin motifs and many ostentatious textural contrasts, it was quite easy to remember the Dolce & Gabbana spring/summer 2014 line as being opulent and over the top first and foremost.
However, the styling of the new campaign for most of the options displayed makes the new creations seem much easier to sport in real life, without overly diminishing their statement making potential. Ladylike elegance and sultriness are tightly interwoven in the new Dolce & Gabbana spring/summer 2014 ads. The label does a great job at revealing how women with different style needs can update their look, making the new campaign a good source of inspiration for those who have made dressing more elegantly a resolution for the new year.
The new Dolce & Gabbana spring 2014 campaign also brings an interesting assortment of accessories into the spotlight, particularly when it comes to handbags. As with the rest of the looks, the label brings both season-inspired options and versatile items which would prove a great investment.
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