The launch features a lipstick, gloss, shadow quad, limited edition bronzer and nail lacquer in the gauziest of sun-touched bisque nudes that we could easily see screen siren Sophia Loren pulling off.
Makeup artist and Dolce & Gabbana beauty collaborator Pat McGrath says the shades reflect the beauty of Sicily's sandy beaches.
"It's a look that's so fresh, barely there yet so sexy -- and most impressive, the palette is truly timeless, which is what makes a make up collection genuinely classic," says McGrath.
(Will McGrath be stocking her new beauty loves in the cosmetic bag she recently designed for LeSportSac?)
While all the sleekly gold-packaged items are like eye candy for the beauty junkie, our top pick is the bronzer -- which swirls patina and praline shades into a pretty floral design that will appear universally flattering on all skin tones.
The nude color quad is the most steeply-priced of the group at $59, but the lip products reign in at $30, the nail lacquer at $20, and the bronzer at $49. The goodies will all be available starting mid-August at select Saks Fifth Avenue stores.
And to see how a celebrity recently rocked Dolce & Gabbana makeup, check out Scarlett Johansson's, recent appearance at the MTV Movie Awards.
The blonde bombshell has fronted the brand since 2009, and we're more than just a little jealous of the free goods we imagine she must score.
And speaking of Sicilian lace, Madonna is wrapped up in it in the Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2010 ad campaign.