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Madonna Goes Back to her Italian Roots in New Advert for Dolce and Gabbana

Posted By: The Annotico Report, Italia Mia Network on July 6, 2010 in Annotico Report, Italy - Comments: No Comments »

The new Dolce and Gabbana advertising campain will feature Madonna in "down to earth" photos featuring her Italian American Heritage.

Living la Dolce Vita: Madonna Goes Back to her Italian Roots in New Advert
The Daily Mail Online, UK ;  July 6,  2010
She is one of the most famous Italian Americans in the world.
And now,  Madonna is going back to her roots with a new set of stunning black and white shots for a new Dolce and Gabbana advertising campaign.
One new photo sees the star in the unlikely guise of  farm girl as she holds chickens alongside a male model, whilst showing off her curves in  a low cut dress and cardigan. 
[Photo: Don't count your chickens: Madonna turns farm girl in the new Dolce and Gabbana autumn/winter campaign]
[Photo: Italian mamma: The star poses in a skimpy outfit alongside an Italian matriarch]

[Photo: Madonna, looking much younger than her 51 years, is also seen lying on a bed holding a baby, and laughing alongside a big Italian family, not unlike her own in real life]. 

Her dad, Silvio Anthony Ciccone, is a first generation Italian/American and she is the third of six children.
The shots form part of the campaign for the Italian designer duo's autumn/winter collection. 
Earlier this year, Madonna also appeared in a series of sexy housewife poses for the fashion house's spring summer campaign which showed her hanging up laundry and sweeping the kitchen.
The singer struck up a friendship with the Stefano Dolce and Domenico Gabbana while she was filming Dick Tracy in the early Nineties and they were invited to design her costumes for The Girlie Show tour in 1993.

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