Women's Spring/Summer 2006 Collection

White prevails on the D&G Women's Spring Summer 2006 Collection.
White recalls the innocence and purity of last century young girls, slightly naughty in their mischievous see-through dresses and in the daring way in which they match their clothes, combining romanticism and seduction.
The collection draws its inspiration from Sarah Moon's photography. The charm of her images and the Pirelli calendar shot in 1972 create a pure and innocent atmosphere where the female figure and the dreamlike image dominate the scenario. The setting is made of a small boudoir where, women, caught in their daily life routine, reveal their sensuality.
The collection mixes different times and textiles, absolute white being their only common denominator. Silhouettes and models cover all the past century decades: little thin and tight jackets paired with see-through shorts in pastel shades and huge seventies sunglasses dating back to the '10s, the '20s squared-shape short dresses, bustier in raffia and tiny shorts recalling the lingerie of the beginning of the century, pleated skirts of the '40s and little crochet jackets, flared '70s pants and the characteristic '80s squared-shape jackets with snap buttons.
At times, the white scenario is interrupted by light chiffon dresses in pink, light blue and yellow pastel shades, which allow a glimpse of tone sur tone silk lingerie, by very fine shirts with tiny flowers and by organza shorts to be matched with ultra refined butterfly sandals with straps around the ankle.
The show finale offered twenty white dresses made of a fascinating see-through lace with flower pattern: long or extremely short, with or without shoulder straps, with short or long sleeves, often matched with satin stripes at the waist or with flower brooches, to be worn exclusively with very high-heeled sandals.
The D&G Spring/Summer 2006 Woman matches shirts, ruches tops and ribbons with 'capri' jeans and denim miniskirt with broderie anglaise and pearl buttons.

Shopping or disco, Milan or St.Tropez, what really matters is to seduce in white!

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