All Eyes Are On Dolce & Gabbana’s Sicily Bag Collection And Here's Why

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Bags from the Sicily 58 and 62 collection
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Dolce&Gabbana’s new Sicily 58 and 62 bag collection, made of fine French and Swiss leather in a variety of showstopping colours, reflects the beauty of authenticity and a bold aesthetic. The stunning bags, part of the Fall Winter 2019/20 collection, feature a neutral base which is applied on the edges before they are brushed, resulting in a raw edge construction with a smooth finish.

The colour – black, poppy red, powdery pink, you name it – is then applied two times. The roomy inside of the beauties feature two compartments that are separated by a partition, along with versatile leather straps (which are adjustable through cute buttons adorned with the brand’s logo).


Bags from the Sicily 58 and 62 collection

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The Sicily 58 includes an external flap, a signature element of the bag, and a black pocket.

The bag’s larger model comes in black, dark grey, poppy red, powdery pink, deep blue sea, black-black onyx, bluebottle, orange and mahogany/mud while the smaller version includes black, powdery pink, poppy red, deep blue sea, dark emerald green, periwinkle, lavender, optical white, plum and black/cuoio.  


A bag from the Sicily 58 and 62 collection

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Two central openings of the bag can be found on the Sicily 62, which can be admired in many gorgeous colours, a large and small model too. The Sicily's are named after the founders’ birth years, namely Domenico Dolce (1958) and Stefano Gabbana (1962).

Aside from the beautiful colours and the signature Dolce flair, we're in love with the functionality and the delicate craftsmanship too. 

The making of Sicily 62

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Dolce&Gabbana, Sicily Collection, Domenico Dolce, Stefano Gabbana, Bags, Fashion
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Bags from the Sicily 58 and 62 collection