Last September, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana refreshed their womenswear collection with a return to the roots of Dolce & Gabbana; which included Sicilian heritage and inspiration from Italian cinema. Critics herald the return of classic D&G, the designers applied the same tactics to their Fall/Winter 2010/11 menswear show. Clips from Giuseppe Tornatore’s latest film Baaria flashed across the background screen, while scenes of male models paraded down the runway, grouped into styled themes. The first group of models wore gray henleys, wool coats, and classic leggings. Then came a group of models in black velvet suits, then distressed denim and cardigans. Sending similarly styled groups of models down the runway only made the collection's confluence stronger, helping make this collection the best menswear collection in recent history from the brand. My favourite pieces from the collection were the classic long underwear, henleys, strong wool coats, slick suits and tough boots. Check out my favourite looks from the collection, and a full video of the show, after the jump!