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It is a rewarding concept to think, that perhaps happy endings are precisely what people need to believe in. People need hope. Fairy tales aren’t entirely responsible for this, but they undoubtedly are a signi cant inspiration.
As touched on earlier, the fairy tale concept appears in the everyday world and our daily lives, whether that be lm, opera, ballet or fashion. A taste for fantasy and fairy tale seems to have cast its spell on the worlds of fashion and design. Dolce & Gabbana’s Autumn/Winter 2014 collection explored a Sicilian fantasy, a medieval fairy tale derived from the little-known fact that in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, the island was ruled by the Normans, the French invaders who brought Catholicism and
chivalric codes with them. Cue ‘Enchanted Sicily’, a scene against a wintery background hung with gleaming chandeliers and icy white bird cages, featuring Red Riding Hood capes delicately appliquéd with swans and owls. Models stepped out in soft chain-mail hoods, bejewelled gauntlets and gloves, and ruched chiffon dresses in exquisite shades of amethyst and ruby.