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Both Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana—the names behind the iconic Italian fashion house—have long since solidified their love of the female form with icons ranging from catholicism, Opera and the palettes of the 50’s. This season’s major touch (in keeping with the geometric motif we’ve been seeing everywhere from London to Paris) was an A-line cut, floating effortlessly around modelesque bodies and wrapping around kitten-heel adorned feet. Dolce & Gabbana believe that lowering a heel forces a designer to “rethink proportions completely” which serves as the perfect encapsulation of D&G’s Spring/Summer 2013 style: classic, but re-thinking what makes for a “classic” look. By the time the show ended, with 86 models in 86 different patterned scarves—all wearing swimwear that spanned the entire timeline of bathing suits from their emergence in 1850 to their radical redesign in the 50s—it was clear why D&G has been the go-to for decades.

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