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Bellissimo! Dolce & Gabbana Hosts A Restoration Of Fellini's Satyricon

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    Some things just go together. Denim and denim, Raf Simons and Dior, Dolce & Gabbana and Federico Fellini. Yes, it makes perfect sense that an event honoring the man who put Italian cinema on the map would go hand-in-hand with the brand that did the same for Italian fashion. The iconic director's chef d'oeuvre got a major makeover this weekend at NYC's Lincoln Center, where true Fellini fans (including yours truly) saw a beautifully restored version of the Satyricon.

    Even in the oldest, most faded versions, the intense colors are the standout star of this film — so, you can imagine how eye-popping it was to see it on a big screen in its finest form. And, of course, let's not forget the party! It was a regular street style Who's Who, so if you're looking for some inspiration for your next glam getup, this is one red carpet roundup you don't wanna miss.

    If this is making you want to indulge in a Fellini marathon, may we suggest you follow your heart and do so. Feeling the need to invest in some Dolce & Gabbana? Well, we're definitely not stopping you. Maybe try both at once, but beware of a potential chic overload...

    Click through for some dolce vita getups, c/o of Dolce & Gabbana!

    Photo: Courtesy of Cinecittà

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