Dolce & Gabbana Pasta

Dolce & Gabbana Releases a Pasta Collection

It turns out that Dolce & Gabbana was just teasing us with all of those pasta-themed fashion campaigns they have been dropping recently. Yes, models Sistine and Sophia Stallone posed with handmade pastas for their D&G Beauty ads. And you may have seen farfalle-printed dresses walk the runway. But the brand has actually come out with their very own  Dolce & Gabbana pasta line. It’s like they knew everything we needed in our lives, before we ever even had to ask.

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Dolce & Gabbana has designed the limited-edition special packaging for a new Di Martino pasta gift box. The collection includes four different noodle varieties – spaghetti, penne mezzani rigate, mista corta and paccheri, all crafted in the traditional Di Martino style – and a custom designed apron. So you don’t have to worry about getting messy while you cook up your marinara sauce, of course. The box retails for €99, or about $115.

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Dolce & Gabbana tapped models like Sara Sampaio, Chiara Scelsi, Elsa Hosk, and more to enjoy some delicious spaghetti as part of the latest #DGPasta campaign. We’re sure this was a very challenging set to be on, and volunteer to help out on any future campaigns.

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If these images have you craving a carb overload, get ready to track down your own delicious noodles. You can currently shop this perfect designer pasta collection internationally online and in Pasta Di Martino stores in Naples and Bologna. Special pasta products are also on display in the stylish Italian Christmas market setup, currently in the brand’s Harrods London pop-up shop.

You may even be able to find some products at boutiques like Buon’Italia in New York City’s Chelsea Market. But there were only 5,000 cases in total created, with 1,000 being available for the United States. So if this Dolce & Gabbana pasta collection is right up your alley, make sure to act fast!

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