It's the last day of Milan Fashion week, so before we (virtually) jet over to the City of Light, let's get our Italian fix one last time, shall we? The most Italian designers of them all, Dolce and Gabbana, have always been known for their luscious, sun-drenched portrayals of Italian living — but this year, they're celebrating not just the Italian woman, but the Italian tourist. She may be clad in head-to-toe souvenirs, but she looks good.
The duo sent a massive show of almost 80 looks down the Milan runway last week, inspired by "a dream of Sicily," which is Domenico Dolce's birthplace. The collection was like a living postcard, printed with monuments, ruins, stones, columns, and blossoms. There were belts, earrings, shoes, and necklaces made from huge Roman-esque coins. There were heels inspired by temples. And lest you start picturing tourists in white sneakers and fanny packs, there were elegant purses and swathes of colorful fur to top it all off. Let's take a look: