At a certain point, it feels moot to review a Dolce & Gabbana collection. The Italian duo has more or less exempted itself from the vagaries of producing collections that correspond to particular seasons, trends or weather varieties; instead, they fill their seasonal collections with the same intricate, history-laden Mediterranean details they always do, and consumers gobble it up like Dolce might up and quit before fall.
For Spring 2015, the pair moved their aesthetic from Sicily to Spain, but the results were mostly the same as you'd expect, if slightly more red. The bags, too, were pretty much what we've come to expect--Sicily satchels, detailed box clutches with top handles, mini bags. The notable exceptions were the box-encased dolls that a couple of models. As for the dolls: I've seen no definitive word on what they are or what their significance is, but I'm sure Dolce's VIP clients will be fighting to get them.
[Images via Vogue UK]