In 1960, Federico Fellini’s cult classic ''La Dolce Vita'' embarked the viewers on a journey of romance, melancholy and the insatiable desire to exist. The acclaimed Italian filmmaker paints an immaculate yet romantic picture of Italy where life is all about showmanship and entertainment is about forgetting the boredom and deep loneliness that haunts us all. The illusion of happiness through artificiality is what Fellini tries to convey through his own eyes. It also implies that we are all searching for the true meaning of this bittersweet life. What is life if you can't live from sincere emotions and passion? The Dolce Vita was created to reflect the sweet lifestyle one would live in Fellini's masterpiece or on a vacation by the sea where one could enjoy every second of serenity. La Dolce Vita is that wonderful feeling of romantic freedom where anything is possible and where even the wildest ideas bring new opportunities and a chance for discovery. With refreshing colors and a classic pantos shape, this timeless vintage frame evokes the Mediterranean charm of coastal villages where life seems so simple, authentic and time seems to slow down.