Dolce & Gabbana's Latest Is Like A Berry Patch For Your Nails

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    We find the name for Dolce & Gabbana's summer collection — Love in Taormina — very fitting, because we are head over heels for this one. Envisioned by the brand's makeup creative advisor, the one and only Pat McGrath, the line-up includes five brand-new nail polishes and three new nail treatments.

    Love in Taormina is supposed to be inspired by "a colorful bouquet of Sicilian flowers," but to us this array of shades is reminiscent of a bright, succulent bowl of mixed berries with a touch of sweet cream. Mmm, sweet cream.

    The juicy pink, red, and purple hues are sophisticated and sensual, while still being appropriate for the season. We're so used to seeing teals, corals, and bright neons on digits in the summer that it's refreshing to see this unique-yet-still-on-trend color palette. Iris, in particular, is an unexpected stunner that we're straight up obsessing over around the office. Just one question, guys: Where are the matching lipsticks? Because we need all of these in lipstick form — but especially Camelia — like now.

    Click through to see the the new nail shades, then tell us which lacquer captured your heart.

    Dolce & Gabbana Intense Nail Lacquer, $24 each, available in July at Saks Fifth Avenue.

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