Dolce & Gabbana Royal Parade

Dolce & Gabbana Drops the Royal Parade Beauty Collection

Dolce & Gabbana is on a roll with their latest beauty launches. Recently, the brand’s glam Emotioneyes campaign starring sisters Sistine and Sophia Stallone made its debut. Now, D&G Beauty has unveiled the holiday-perfect “Royal Parade” collection, modeled by influencer and fashion blogger Caroline Daur.

The festive and bright color cosmetics collection features royal jewel toned blues, emerald greens, and ruby reds  – with added pops of pink. Included in the line are vibrant gel liners, eye-catching nail polish, smoky khol eyeliner pencils, opulent gold highlighter sticks, and luxe lipstick shades. These are really the products we all want to live in around the holidays.

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Snuggled in among Italian holiday treats, these products look even more enticing!

To shoot the stunning campaign imagery for the Dolce & Gabbana Royal Parade collection, Fashion Photographers Luca and Alessandro Morelli, plus Caroline and the D&G crew headed to the streets of Bari, Italy. This port city on the Adriatic Sea is filled with mazes of alleyways, the dream spot to showcase this collection.

Since the collection is inspired by the “luminarie” – or festive Italian Christmas lights – the models posed amidst the decor and a jubilant brass band in the Bari streets. The effect is like a magical street carnival, which is the perfect mood for the lively makeup.

Obviously, a campaign inspired by the whimsy brass instruments would be incomplete without some accompanying sounds. Which is why we highly recommend you check out the Dolce & Gabbana Royal Parade campaign video as you’re dreaming up which cosmetics to shop. It shows the lights twinkling and Caroline dancing as the Italian street music plays – making you feel like you just jetted off to Italy for the holidays.

You can watch the video for the Dolce & Gabbana Royal Parade collection campaign below.

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