Dolce and Gabbana S/S14 Ad Campaign Backstage

Hi hi hi Posse! Portia from AustralianPerfumeJunkies with you again from Sydney, Australia! I have been trolling the YouTube lands and lately there has been a plethora of amazingly gorgeous pieces. This years Dolce and Gabbana Spring/Summer Campaign is lavish but I found the Making Ofs for you to have a look at. They are so voluptuous, chock filled with delicious camera angles, quirky and silly inclusions, beautiful models and peasants all shot in high contrast B&W. Magic.

As always the clothes are flawless and I thrill at the easy manner everyone wears their costume. Effortless. Dolce and Gabbana may make only the most mainstream of fragrances but their ad campaigns verge on art. Said to be inspired by Sicilian Grandeur there is a wonderful lightness and vibrancy that makes me smile, and wish I was a willowy size 00 again so I could grab some of these delicious Dolce and Gabbana glad rags.

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What fragrance would I wear while sauntering around the house in one of these gowns? Eau de Gloire by Parfum d`Empire, La Collection Couturier Parfumeur Granville Dior or maybe even a big fat uber-spritz of CHANEL No.22. What would you wear?
Portia xx

Dolce and Gabbana SS14 Women’s Ad Campaign Backstage

Dolce and Gabbana SS14 Men’s Ad Campaign Backstage

3 Comments
Ann October 25, 2014

BTW, Portia, your post got me thinking of D&G scents, and though I'm not wild about many of the women's, I do recall the original D&G Pour Homme smelling fabulous on my hubby. So I think I may have to go round up some o' that for his upcoming birthday, the holidays, etc. Thanks!

Ann October 24, 2014

Oooh, so pretty, Portia! Especially love some of those antiquities-inspired prints. I really do miss working with the fashion stories at the newspaper; now it seems I hardly have time to even keep up with my favorites. Not sure what scent I'd wear while wearing them (perhaps some Chanel 31 Rue Cambon or Dior Gris Montaigne?) but I must say that Gloire sounds nice -- must try it soon. Thanks for the visual feast!