I’m one of those who loved the fact that Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana once again celebrated Dolce’s homeland, turning to Sicily’s vibrant and rich civilisation for inspiration. I too forgot about autumn and felt as if I was on holiday. Watching the show from home didn’t hinder me from feeling that with every look that came down the runway it was like I was walking on the Sicilian streets, marveling at the colourful life, crafts and traditions. From pencil- and full-skirt dresses and beachwear in folkloric prints or solid stripes to the corsages and crinolines woven from raffia and black lace or tulle, ornate earrings and all the other artisanal accessories, this was an artistic manifestation that I thoroughly enjoyed. What would I wear? The headbands, stripes, the flat shoes and those amazing bucket bags.