Style portraits signed Luigi&Iango

In the ancient ruins of Nora Archaeological Park, Luigi&Iango's celebrated lens captures the timeless elegance of the 2024 Alta Moda, Alta Sartoria, and Alta Gioielleria collections

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July 2024

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Renowned for their talent in capturing the elegance and essence of their subjects, Luigi&Iango have adeptly employed the ancient ruins of Nora Archaeological Site and the metaphysical installation by Phillip K. Smith III to showcase the Dolce&Gabbana collections of Alta Moda, Alta Sartoria, and Alta Gioielleria through a series of bold and contemporary shots. The exquisite garments and dazzling accessories harmoniously merge with the ancient ruins, creating a captivating contrast between past and present.

Frame by frame, photographers captured the allure of jewel-like garments adorned with intricate three-dimensional embroidery and craftsmanship inspired by filigree techniques. Alongside, magnificent capes echo the ancient art of Sardinian weaving and the creation of handmade woollen goods.

 

Adding the final touch to these looks are precision-crafted masterpieces from the Alta Gioielleria collection, intricately woven with threads of gold and precious gemstones.

Similarly, the Dolce&Gabbana Alta Sartoria collection captured by Luigi&Iango highlights elements of Sardinian folklore, particularly inspired by traditional shepherd garments like the ‘mastruca’—a large wool coat also worn by the ‘Mamuthones’ during the Mamoiada Carnival.

A tribute to Italian craftsmanship, as well as to the history and culture that permeate the archaeological site of Nora. Refined shots demonstrate how talent and creativity can harmoniously blend with humanity’s cultural heritage, delivering unique emotions.

Experience the essence of Dolce&Gabbana Alta Moda in Sardinia