They do tend to say that Italians speak with their hands, and learning those same hand gestures has never been quite so easy as is shown in the video above
Here we have the Dolce&Gabbana male models from the FW15 fashion show.
With help from Ben Taylor and Alessia Gargiulo of Swide Magazine
together with some classic Italian backing by Andrea Ratti
, the guys take you through all the most common Italian hand gestures, one by one. (Please note that the article does continue after these featured links).
Get those hands ready to practice a few gestures that are Italian as pasta.