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Dolce&Gabbana's Spring Campaign Would Like to Remind You How Good-Looking Italian Families Are

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While you're fighting over the dark meat at dinner this holiday season, here's what Dolce&Gabbana's beautiful faux-family will be doing, as demonstrated in the brand's spring 2012 campaign. So yes, it's true, families in Italy are this beautiful, especially if they're spearheaded by the super gorgeous Monica Bellucci.

The campaign was inspired by Italian screen sirens like Sofia Loren, Monica Vitti and Anna Magnani, is set in Southern Italy, and depicts scenes like a communion, hanging out by the beach, and "Sunday's at home"—when your Sunday at home is doing a sexy dance with a man in a fedora and (Dolce&Gabbana) tank top.
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