DSquared2 Womenswear A/W11

Tough clothing in denim, layered shirts and studded belts were shown against a snow-covered mountainscape on the runway

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Over the years, theatricality has somehow become synonymous with DSquared2’s presentation, and for their Autumn Winter show, Dean and Dan Caten decided to build a mountainscape – complete with fake snow - on their runway. The show opened with plenty of tough accents – hard studded belts, wide brim hats and starched white shirts layered battered denim. Leather was also in abundance, bringing a structured feel to the collection’s skintight trousers or a cloak-like coat, which dramatically moved from side to side as the model walked down the catwalk. But the masculine approach that permeated the first half of the show was soon set off by some more feminine touches, including corsets layered over shirts, or puffy sleeves on a tailored men’s jacket.

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