Dsquared2 Men’s Fall 2022 – WWD
Entering the Dsquared2 venue feels like going through the airport: Visitors line up validly to display their vaccine certificate along with their ticket before moving into a larger area where suitcases are located. piled up replacement seats here.
Meeting Dean and Dan Caten backstage, one can truly feel like they’ve just returned from a relaxing trip: revitalized, energized, and ready to welcome the new year with new ideas and resolutions. . One such idea, in its return to IRL display after a string of digital presentations, is the removal of the coed format that designers first adopted in 2017.
“If we want to come back for fashion week, we want to come back for both and the full, so he’s getting his attention and she’s getting attention,” said Dan Caten. her idea,” said Dan Caten, predicting next month’s women’s season and acknowledging that, as oftentimes they enjoy showing women’s and men’s wear together, often the former overshadowing The latter.
One more reason not to hold back this season. Building on the global backpacking spirit and eclectic vibe of the twins’ pre-fall line, the collection is a splendor as colorful as Dsquared2 Man starts a trip to the mountains full of hiking and excursions in nature.
Various patterned blankets are worn over the shoulders for protection, a feeling reinforced by felt coats and functional coats in vibrant colors and various shapes, from puffballs, cocoons to to cropped bolero versions. Beneath, layers of t-shirts, denim jackets, extra-long tartan shirts, cotton hoodies and multicolored knitwear add volume to the look, complimented by the kilos and padded shorts worn over pants. washed jeans, velvet pants, and camouflage pants.
For the more eccentric adventurer, a functional jacket and zipper shorts are covered in colorful sequins, while a cropped suede caftan charms with intricate floral embroidery. .
Catens has partnered with Invicta to launch a series of eye-catching color-blocking backpacks. Along with bags, pouches, and large bags scattered across the exterior, these carry-on items range from sunglasses to water bottles, designer mugs and even teddy bears. lovely cotton. Because after all, who doesn’t need a travel buddy?
The interesting combination has created a high-energy collection second only to the upbeat mood of the designers.
“It’s been two long years and we’re excited to be back with a show.… It’s just the way fashion should be,” they told the audience before the show.
Welcome back, Catens!
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