Milan Fashion Week: Fall 2015 Menswear Dsquared² Show Review

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Dean and Dan Caten‘s Dsquared² presented their Fall 2015 Menswear at Milan Fashion Week. It is also the Italian house’s 20th anniversary. Before the show, Dan said, “We’re born fighters. If it’s easy, it’s not worth the fight.”

According to Style.com, “Malgosia Bela opened proceedings in a tiny leather jacket and dirty denims, followed by a bared male torso in a fur trapper hat and jeans slung so low they were bouncing off his hip bones. The masculine objectification was vintage Dsquared². So was what followed. “A good-looking parka and some great-looking jeans” was Dan’s definition of his label’s quintessential look, and here it was, in a huge white parka trimmed in an extravagant drift of wolf, with worn, second-skin denims in support.”

It inevitably surrendered to the longueurs of the anniversary presentation: one too many plaid shirts knotted round a model’s waist, an overload of jeans. So the last looks—sharply tailored tuxes, gussied up with embroidery—arrived as a vital reminder of the other side of the Catens’ work. And the evening suits they wore when they walked out at the end were even better. They accompanied Mary J. Blige, who sang U2’s “One,” which offered itself as an appropriate anthem for the symbiotic existence of identical twins.”

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Donovan is the CEO and Editor-In-Chief of www.dmfashionbook.com. For all general inquiries please email don@dmfashionbook.com Donovan has a BA in Journalism & Media Studies from the prestigious Rutgers University. He's currently studying entertainment and fashion law.