Here’s a sneak peek at Dolce and Gabbana’s dramatic doll trio: Concetta, Immacolata and Addolorata

Designer duo Dolce and Gabbana have reprised their role as doll makers, this time having created Concetta, Immacolata and Addolorata- a trio of Sicilian inspired porcelain dolls. Looks from the twosome’s Spring Summer 2015 runway show have been interpreted in miniature to form the wardrobe of these dolls. Models at the s/s 2015 show carried these mini-me dolls as they strutted down the runways dressed in bold polka dots and florals.

dolce-gabbana-dolls-7The pure ceramic dolls probably have a more stylish closet than you do as their clothes have been created by the same hands that tailor Dolce and Gabbana’s womenswear. Each doll is encased in a majolica tile inspired box and finished to the highest standard; a collectible version of the brand’s signature Italian aesthetic.

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dolce-gabbana-dolls-1Standing at 29 cm tall, the dolls sport hand painted faces and come with accessories to match their s/s 2015 outfits including a teeny-tiny Sicily bag. The dolls come in limited editions of 300 pieces. For now, they are available for pre-order on Dolce and Gabbana’s UK website for £1,350 ($2,018). No word on when they’ll be available in the US.

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