Dsquared² Fall 2011 | Milan Fashion Week

The Fashionisto


Published January 18, 2011


Updated January 7, 2015


Following a surprisingly demure spring 2011 campaign, Dsquared² delivers the unexpected for their fall 2011 collection. Dressing their latest designs in somber colors and approaching the season with a more serious flair, Dan and Dean Caten create a strong character with western influences. Topped off with a hat, fall’s lineup comes together with Dsquared²’s signature distressed denim and leather trousers. Mixing casual elements with the formality of overcoats, elongated proportions and the ruggedness of apron-inspired separates, Dsquared² prompts a smart season driven by strong designs that solidifies a new chapter for the label.


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1 thought on “Dsquared² Fall 2011 | Milan Fashion Week”

  1. Absolutely shitty. Douchebag clothes for Jersey Shore Guidos, just like Armani. Theres couldnt be any worst way to waster your money

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