The folkish details: Viviana Volpicella in Milan

Rocking Dolce & Gabbana’s traditional embroidered pieces isn’t necessarily an easy thing to do, but if you ever needed any inspiration on how to make them work, you need only look to Viviana Volpicella. At the Gucci men’s show during Milan fashion week, she paired her Dolce & Gabbana bags with ethnic-inspired bracelets and a folkish embroidered dress for an overall thematic look.

Folk details, Milan

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