HomeEntertainingMeet The Home Appliances With A Dolce&Gabbana Designer Edge Fresh from the heart of Italy, iconic fashion powerhouse Dolce&Gabbana has once again teamed up with luxurious appliance manufacturer Smeg to unveil its second ‘Made in Italy’ collection. The new range will feature a selection of the Smeg’s small domestic appliances, including kettles, toasters and juicers – each exquisitely crafted in celebration of the rich Italian heritage of both brands. The new unique collection, titled ‘Sicily is my Love’, will be unveiled this week during Salone del Mobile in Milan. Each item in the collection has been expertly decorated with quintessential Sicilian motifs; gold lemons and citrus fruits, prickly pears and bold, bright cherries. These are framed in traditional triangular Sicilian decorations known as ‘crocchi’. Each model also boasts a selection of delicate floral designs inspired by the coasts and landscapes of southern Italy and Mount Etna, surrounded by ornamental friezes and decorative leaf motifs. Each detail featured in the intricate design intrinsically links back to Sicily, the home of Dolce&Gabbana. More generally, each model is a celebration of the province’s culinary delights and traditional dishes. Often lauded as an ‘interpreter of excellence’, the designs further reinforce Smeg’s passion for tradition and commends its rich European roots. Each model in the collection boasts a 100% unique pattern and is finished with the hallmark ‘Made in Italy’ emblem, making this range the ideal option for the most discerning of homeowners. The new collection further cements the close relationship between fashion, design and technology. It comes following the incredible global success of last year’s ‘Frigorifero d’Arte’ refrigerator collection, which transformed the brand’s revered FAB28 fridge into a monumental work of art for the home. The first examples of this collection will be previewed as a concept during Salone del Mobile 2017 at an exclusive event hosted by Dolce&Gabbana at Milan’s Metropol, with appliances expected to arrive by the end of 2017 – just in time for a rather stylish Christmas present.