DSquared2 Fall 2011 | Milan Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth


Published February 28, 2011

The old west serves as inspiration for DSquared2’s fall 2011 presentation with flannel, denim and lace-up boots taking over the runway. Adding to the pioneering effect, models were sprinkled with snow as they took the catwalk in floppy hats, fringe and leather gloves.

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5 thoughts on “DSquared2 Fall 2011 | Milan Fashion Week”

  1. I normally don’t like the super themey themey shows, but this DSquared2 collection is so much fun. It reminds me of playing dress-up as a kid, throwing on huge hats and old oversized furs and terrorizing the neighbor kids. Except if you were wearing these, probably with significantly more swagger.

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