DSquared2 Spring 2016 | Milan Fashion Week



Published September 26, 2015


Updated October 19, 2022

Never designers to shy away from a theme, DSquared2 designer Dean and Dan Caten took on surfer girl couture for their brand’s spring-summer 2016 collection. Models including Alessandra Ambrosio, Caroline Trentini and Mariacarla Boscono hit the runway in colorful looks with body-con scuba style dresses paired with flowing fabrics. DSquared2’s island girls were accessorized with colorful jewelry decorated with tropical flowers in plexiglass. Finishing the ensemble, a slicked back coif with the perfect water babe, “wet hair” look.

A look from DSquared2’s spring 2016 collection
A look from DSquared2’s spring 2016 colleciton
DSquared2 spring-summer 2016

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