Dolce & Gabbana The Sicilian Lace Collection for Fall 2010

Dolce & Gabbana Sicilian Lace Collection

Dolce & Gabbana The Sicilian Lace Collection for Fall 2010

Dolce & Gabbana present their signature collection of versatile colour cosmetics- magically and meticulously conceived by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.Β  Each season’s colour direct from the runway inspires each collection anew, to be re-interpreted afresh. The design duo salute their treasured past with a timeless present… and anticipate the future.

Introducing the Sicilian Lace Collection… lingering romance, deep intimacy and sun-splashed sensuality in nuanced naturals that exude a warm glow. Inspired by a key element of the Dolce&Gabbana collection: lace, the classic symbol of pure femininity, encompassing the transparency of desire and the sleek aura of modernity.

Introducing The Make Up’s inaugural limited-edition product, the Sicilian Lace Bronzer. Imprinted with a delicate floral lace pattern, exuding both femininity and luxury, the Bronzer becomes a coveted must have for Summer 2010. Created for the Dolce & Gabbana woman who seeks a life of passion, spontaneity and style, the bronzer imparts a touch of golden sensuality to the skin.

For the Lips

  • Caramel (105) Classic Cream Lipstick (New) ($30.00)
  • Perfection (50) Shine Lipstick ($30.00)
  • Caramel (135) Ultra-Shine Lipgloss (New) ($30.00)

For the Eyes

  • Nude (110) Smooth Eye Colour Quad ($59.00)

For the Face

  • The Sicilian Lace Bronzer (New, Limited Edition) ($49.00)

For the Nails

  • Perfection (220) Intense Nail Lacquer (New) ($20.00)

Availability: mid-August 2010 at select Saks Fifth Avenue locations

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Dolce & Gabbana Sicilian Lace Collection

Dolce & Gabbana Sicilian Lace Collection

Dolce & Gabbana Sicilian Lace Collection

Dolce & Gabbana Sicilian Lace Collection

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It’s not an overspray, it’s an indentation on the product, but since it’s just on the top layer, the product will level out and it’s gone.

i’m a sucker for lacy, pretty imprints! :-O but quad and lips perm?? that stinks! they need to come out with more quads! i’m really happy with my dior lacy highlighter, but that was more than just an imprint.

There seems to be alot of nude/naked coming up for fall,what with the UD Nakes palette(which I already have) and then I read on another blog that the Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure for fall will be sporting nude shades from Tracy Reece. I like this nude trend!

Hi Christine! I know this is kind of off the subject, but I wanted to ask you if you get every collection that the major brands (D&G, Chanel, Dior, Burberry, MAC, NARS, Guerlain, Urban Decay etc.) and do you get the complete collection as well. Also I didn’t see that you had any Burberry, and D&G in your recent makeup collection, is that because it was in a ‘random’ drawer, and you didn’t mention it, or you keep it somewhere else? Please answer! I hope my question isn’t like nosy or something, just wondering. Thanks again for all you posts that keep us updated, love you blog!

Hi Fiona,

No, I don’t. That’s not how it works at all! For example, I bought $400 worth of Burberry to review it for readers. There was a whole Dolce & Gabbana drawer in my makeup video, I believe – or there should have been, since I do have a whole drawer for the brand. I don’t think Burberry was out when I posted the video… I disclose all product samples at the end of each post, so you can check there if you are curious πŸ™‚

Thanks for answering! You mean Burberry didn’t have makeup products at the time or they didn’t have the collection that you bought at the time. Also what do you mean by a product sample? Also do you get every product in every collection from MAC? Will you be doing an updated makeup collection in the future (not near, like in maybe 6 months-1 year), it would be great if you could, cause it’s interesting to see how it grows!

They did not have any makeup at the time – they only just launched it. I may have had some products, but they may have just arrived or hadn’t yet been swatched, as well.

I usually buy every product in every collection from MAC. If I get any press samples from MAC, it’s typically a few pieces from a collection – the exception is everything (and usually a small collection), which has only been a few times. Again, all of this is clearly stated in each post at the bottom of the post πŸ™‚ I try to do one every year, though I don’t make any guarantees!

A product sample is a product sent to the press, sometimes they are marked “sample.”

I just love the packaging. Very lux! And I am forever looking for the perfect nude nail colour. This one looks exactly like the colour I always look for but never get!
And since I am pretty sure nobody stocks D&G in my little town, I won’t get this one either.

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