As God is our witness, we sat here for a good five minutes wondering why it said “DRAMA BUTTER” on her dress.
What can we say? The coffee hadn’t kicked in yet. Also: this is kind of insane from top to bottom. That is not, however, a criticism. If Stefano and Domenico want to dress Isabella up as the Pope of Italian Opera, why on earth would two queens such as we have a problem with it? Viva Italia, we say. It’s not chic and we think the design is seriously questionable in so many ways, but it’s …
How should we put this? What context can we provide that makes this clown ensemble look fabulous?
Ah, yes. That’ll do. It’s alta moda, darlings. Just enjoy the pure ridiculousness of it. Isabella knows the score.
Also, if drama butter was a thing, we’d be having it on toast every morning.
Custom Dolce&Gabbana Ensemble Featuring a ‘Madama Butterfly’ Embroidered Coat with Ruffle Detailing
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages]
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