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Trend Highlights | Luxurious Glamour Fall Winter 2012 Featuring Dolce & Gabbana

 

Hi lovelies!

Today I’ll be sharing the first of two major Fall Winter 2012 Trend Highlights on my blog. The first of which is Luxurious Glamour, mainly featuring runway looks from Dolce & Gabbana, one of the most outstanding label for this Fall Winter season!

Luxurious Glamour

Luxurious Glamour features two sub categories, Shakespeare in Love & Luxe Velvet.

Shakespeare in Love – From designs that mimic tapestries to ornate baroque flourishes, the fall runways exude a Renaissance spirit. Key labels leading the way are Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino, Balmain & Marchesa.

Luxe Velvet – The appearance of a luxurious textile, one would gush in pleasure at the velvet of her touch. Key labels featuring velvets are Gucci, Lanvin, Kenzo & Emporio Armani.

Dolce & Gabbanna Fall Winter 2012 Key Runway Looks

Every little detail comes together and creates a very precious and princess-y persona for the wearer/models.

The corset, as with the entire collection is so beautifully and intricately embroidered.

The gradual descent from light and airy colours to dark and opulent colours.
I AM IN LOVE.
I wish I could wear the entire collection for my whole Fall Winter 2012, seriously.

Nothing escapes the Dolce & Gabbana duo. These devils surely took note of every detail. Decorated hairband, earrings and necklace over laced top over laced brassiere. Perfection. *Dies*

Watch the royal Dolce & Gabbana army strut out in glamourous style.Remember. To. Breathe.

So, tell me, are you just as in love with Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall Winter Collection as I am? Or has another label captured your heart? Leave your reply in the comment box!

L.o.L <3,
Ena

4 thoughts on “Trend Highlights | Luxurious Glamour Fall Winter 2012 Featuring Dolce & Gabbana

  1. i feel its a tad too skimpy for winter. the golden colour also reminds me a lot of royal court dresses like in the Tudors. esp the way their hair is done.

    • Yes it is inspired by Shakespearean / Renaissance influences, Tudor would be fitting me thinks. It’s fashion in winter, not out in the cold but for all the glam dinners! (:

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