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Dolce&Gabbana continue their survey of conquests of their beloved Sicily, rendering into ready-to-wear fashion cultural traces left behind by these sometimes ill-fated adventures.
After incorporating Norman traces for winter looks, it was on to Spain's influence on the oft-conquered Sicily for next summer's womenswear looks previewed Sunday, the fifth day of Milan Fashion Week.
The designers are masters at harnessing passion, and Spain gives them plenty of material: black lace, ruffled skirts, silken fringe and red carnations.
It should be noted here that Italy historically tended to take conquests in stride, as epitomized by a saying that rhymes in Italian and is roughly translated: "Whether Spain or France rules, what's important is to eat" — putting acquisition of invaders' cultural attributes into proper perspective.
The show, as the collection, was tongue-in cheek theatrical: As the models were about to make their entrance, ushers in golden-accented uniforms ceremoniously removed velvet barriers that had prevented the arriving fashion crowd from trampling their blood-red runway carpet.
The looks were fierce, as in matador jackets were worn with high-waist bubble shorts, romantic, as indicated by a heart-and-rhinestone encrusted red jacket paired with a flowing black lace skirt, and sexy, with trademark corsets worn with stockings or a sheer black skirt.
Some were simply sweetly pretty: a lace poncho fashioned out of reddish-pink roses and finished with red fringe, paired with a short skirt or dress and worn with bejeweled ballerina flats.
Amid all the fanfare, the designers also quietly sent out brand classics: the corset, a knee-length black dress and a suit.
A total of nearly $1 million has been awarded to seven museum projects in Ohio to help improve learning experiences, care for collections and address community needs.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services recently announced the grants totaling over $945,000.