For pre-fall, Dean and Dan Caten depicted an army of posh English college girls. The ladies changed from classy tops of the school in sartorial blazers, striped jumpers and denim to mischievous, incredibly glamorous rioters pairing their naughty companions’ oversize sweaters with checkered mini skirts.
Going along with the label’s signature style, the atmosphere was super cheer at Dsquared2, where the collection, created in a gamut of fall colours corresponded to 80s’ bright key tints, was all about a revised bourgeois style. Floor-length down coats in striped tailored fabrics, denim with flashy parts, elegant long capes layered on suits, as well as golf blouses revamped into jackets with attached hoodies were some of the new models giving a youthfuk and joy mood to the collection. Checks, argyle, stripes added a graphic feel, maxi anoraks and flashy drawstrings added a sporty mood, while denim shirts and pants piqued with diamonds were giving a feeling of real glamour.
A signature in every Dsquared2 collection, tailoring got feminine with tuxedo-like jumpsuits worn with coordinated double-breasted blazers, as well as high-waisted pleated pants matched with gold jacquard jackets.