She was styled in a stunning array of Dolce & Gabbana dresses for the tenth anniversary of the fashion house of their haute couture line, Alta Moda.
But one of the ensembles from last weekend’s festivities in Sicily saw Dame Helen Mirren get lost among the home furnishings.
The Oscar winner, 76, wore a long blue and white chiffon dress with a majolica print, designed by Dolce & Gabbana, for £3,650.
Matching Dame Helen Mirren was lost amid the home furnishings in a gorgeous blue and white majolica print chiffon dress designed by Dolce & Gabbana over the weekend
However, she went into the curtains, sofa and lampshades in Sicily’s Piazza Duomo, where she celebrated the tenth anniversary of the Italian fashion house’s haute couture line.
Dame Helen, who played Her Majesty in The Queen, gushed about her dress-up weekend: “A truly magical event.”
Dolce & Gabbana hosted a star-studded fashion show in Sicily on Sunday night and the a-list guests couldn’t resist posing for the ultimate glam snap.
Dame Helen teamed up with Mariah Carey, 52, Drew Barrymore, 47, and Sharon Stone, 64 for the stunning photo, with the foursome looking stunning in their D&G ensembles.
Iconic: Drew Barrymore, Mariah Carey, Sharon Stone and Dame Helen posed at the star-studded Dolce & Gabbana fashion show in Sicily on Sunday night
In the photo shared on Mariah’s Instagram, Dame Helen wowed in a metallic rainbow dress with a dramatic skirt that fanned out in front of her.
She stood next to Sharon who paired turquoise satin trousers with a floral train and a sassy gold corset-style top.
Mariah arrived in a form-fitting fishtail dress with a plunging neckline and a Majolica-inspired print, adding a gold crown to her curly locks.
Drew, meanwhile, looked incredible in a pink and red pleated dress with her sleeves adorned with roses and a matching floral headpiece.
VIP: Dame Helen also wowed in a metallic rainbow dress with a dramatic skirt that fanned out in front of her as she posed for Insta snaps with design duo Dolce & Gabbana
Date: She also appeared in a glamor photo with her dashing husband Taylor Hackford
“Siracusa is a special place for us,” Gabbana explained before the show, as reported by the National news, and added: ‘It is in the southernmost part of Sicily, facing Africa. I like the feeling, I like the atmosphere, I like the stones, the colours, the people.’
To help set the mood, prior to the Alta Moda presentation, there was a reenactment of the late 1800s classic Italian opera Cavalleria rusticana by Pietro Mascagni, which was performed on a catwalk set up in front of the famous cathedral.
The idea was to create an experience that was most representative of the Dolce & Gabba DNA.
Queen: Mariah arrived in a form-fitting fishtail dress with a plunging neckline and a Majolica-inspired print, with a gold crown in her curled locks
The new collection has been described as a heartfelt love letter to the Sicilian woman, who was part of the brand’s inspiration.
This time there was a shift away from the signature prints and vibrant colors, and replaced almost entirely by black pieces.
“If you ask someone in their imagination what the Sicilian woman is wearing, it’s black,” Gabbana said.
In total, the new collection consists of 106, which were represented by the many models that first appeared at the top of a staircase in front of the cathedral.
Stunning: Sharon paired turquoise satin pants with a flower train, with a sassy gold corset-style top
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk