Dolce & Gabbana Summer 2014 Men's collection draws inspiration from Sicilian mythology, whose Greek origins are still retraceable in places such as the Valle dei Templi of Agrigento, at the majestic amphitheatres, like the one at Taormina, and at the Tempio di Apollo of Syracuse.
Creativity and tailoring research are the cornerstones of the collection, where the fantastical, triumphs in the prints of antique gods such as those of Zeus and Apollo, whose effigies are present in the whole collection.
Symbolic of their legendary force is the impeccable and rigorous tailoring research, which has always been an integral part of the style of Dolce & Gabbana.
As well, the chosen imagery of the subjects represented is purposeful: Zeus represents creation and absolute force, while Apollo is the sun, the light, the positivity and the beauty. On the catwalk, once again, are Sicilians chosen by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, representing the modern Ulysses.
Different weaves of linen and linen organza and georgette, silk net, shantung and cotton.
White, beige, brown and black. Touches of red, bright blue, silver and gold.
They represent classic mythology through the faces of Zeus, Apollo and of antique temples. Furthermore, prints of the antique coins of the cities of Catania, Syracuse, Taormina, Enna and Messina.
Shoes in intertwined leather, crochet or raffia.
Sandals that recall those worn by the gods of the tradition.
Sicily leather weekend bags.
Suits in stretch fabrics in dark colours.
Original music by Ennio Morricone from “Nuovo Cinema Paradiso” by Giuseppe Tornatore.