DSquared2 Fall/Winter 2014 | Milan Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth


Published February 24, 2014

DSquared2 Fall 2014–A psych ward circa the 1960s served as the inspiration for DSquared2’s fall-winter 2014 collection. Designers Dean and Dan Caten focused on a mod silhouette which is sleek and fitted to the body with short hemlines hitting above the thigh. Models were escorted by nurses in white capes and matching helmet hats. The Catens presented other sixties styles including but not limited to swing coats, colorful trenches, shift dresses and color-blocking elements. Accessories also played up the collection’s theme–bejeweled ankle and wrist cuffs were joined by neck chokers for the latest in hospital chic.

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