Dsquared2 Spring Summer 2018
Louche and loose, the guys and dolls of next summer have a penchant for leather, 50s silhouettes and making trouble on summer vacay. Hair gelled back and dressed in black with jaunty leather caps, neck scarves and pointy winkle picker boots loaded with Western buckles, their goth style gets a sunny injection when they roll into Hawaii. Their signature bad boy and girl looks garner new layers picked up from the tropical surrounds.
Biker leather pants and calf hair leopard-spotted jackets are mixed up with Hawaiian prints on shorts, shirts and denim jackets. Slick black 50s pieces are contrasted with denim and pastel in their holiday wardrobe. An oversized leather cardigan is worn on top of a bonded double-face leather polo with stripes, gossamer fine tulle sleeveless T-shirts are trimmed with ruffles. A satin bomber jacket shimmers, from its colorful floral design defined in tonal sequins – the sleeves profiled in a row of the same Western buckles on the boots. Sweatshirts feature soft leather sleeves. The K-Way and Dsquared2 collaboration continues with waterproof covered K-Way denim shorts constructed with side zips. A series of pastel shade 50s style prom tuxedos feature ruffles on the shirt and coordinating bow ties and lapels.
A bad scout theme is woven into the looks courtesy of cotton drill shirts appliquéd with special badges for wayward adventurers-–one is for pitching a tent on mountain top, the other, hard liquor drinking games. Accessories for camping in the great outdoors, include a frypan and metal cup are tethered to an oversized patch-decorated backpack.
Dsquared2’s cropped narrow pant silhouette is mixed with a feminine retro shape for the women’s lineup. Hawaiian prints appear on soft leather pants, jackets and miniskirts, worn with slouchy biker jacket in leopard print calf hair. Short and flirty full tulle skirts and dresses are layered with K-Way hooded jackets covered in transparent plastic. The Western style buckles from the men’s boots trim a zip-up bodice dress, appear in rows on jackets and sweatshirts and at the top of a hybrid bootie that melds a bukled goth boot with a flip flop. Floaty long tulle skirts are swathed in ruffles. Multi-dimensional flowers are attached to black ribbons for chokers and bracelets.
DSQUARED2 SS2018 CO-ED SHOW & PARTY
On Sunday June 18th 2017 Dean and Dan Caten hosted Dsquared2 SS18 men’s and women’s show. They welcomed all guests with a cocktail and celebrated the collection with an after party during Men’s Fashion Week in Milan.
WHO: Dean e Dan Caten, Luis Fonsi, Jon Kortajarena, Vittoria Puccini, Cristiana Capotondi, Miguel Angel Munoz, Matthew & Renee Morrison, Alan Cappelli, Alessandro Tersigni, Pietro Boselli, Eleonora Carisi
MUSIC BY: DJ Honey Dijon – Honey Dijon had carved a distinct niche for herself in the world of underground electronic music, coming to be associated with exquisitely curated cross-genre sets and total dance-floor chaos wherever she plays – from Berghain to Space or Smart Bar.
Ferrari – Ferrari Maximum Brut Magnum
Belvedere – Belvedere “D2gether” Cocktail served in custom made glasses and Belvedere Vodka customized Magnum bottles
Credits Images: ©Dsuqared2
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CHIARA BONI La Petite Robe e la collezione FW20/21
Tre gli imperativi che caratterizzano la collezione Autunno-Inverno 20-21 di Chiara Boni:
Realizzati in tessuto eco sostenibile, CHIARA BONI La Petite Robe è la prima azienda italiana di abbigliamento femminile ad aver ottenuto la certificazione PET per valutare l’impronta ambientale della produzione.
Le solhouette di CHIARA BONI La Petite Robe da sempre valorizzano il corpo femminile e trasmettono un senso di attraente raffinatezza.
Eleganti baschine, delicati drappeggi, texture ricche e intriganti danno movimento e grazia agli abiti della collezione FW2021 di CHIARA BONI La Petite Robe.
Chanel 2020/21 Métiers d’art Collection “Le Château des Dames”
“Showing at the Château de Chenonceau, at the “Château des Dames”, was an obvious choice. It was designed and lived in by women, including Diane de Poitiers and Catherine de’ Medici. It is a castle on a human scale. And Catherine de’ Medici’s emblem was a monogram composed of two intertwined Cs, just like that of Chanel,” confides Virginie Viard.
“We don’t know if Coco was directly inspired by her, but it is highly likely because she so admired Renaissance women. Her taste for lace ruffs and the aesthetic of certain pieces of her jewellery come from there. Deep down, this place is a part of Chanel’s history.” In 1936, Gabrielle Chanel wrote an article on the women of that era: “I have always been struck by a strange feeling of sympathy and admiration towards the women who lived from François Ier to Louis XIII, perhaps because I find them all to be great, with a magnificent simplicity and a majesty imbued with onerous duties.”
In the grand gallery where the runway show takes place, the black and white chequered motif on the floor is reminiscent of a life-size game of checkers, and appears on sequinned mini-skirts, as well as a long skirt in a fringed geometric tweed patchwork worn with a black and white jacquard sweater. A long coat in black velvet – “which has a “The Bride Wore Black” aspect, because after the death of King of France Henri II, Catherine de’ Medici only wore black” – opens to reveal a suit-body in pale tweed. The warm hues of a tweed cape echo the famous tapestries of the castle, while the flowers from the two gardens, one created by Diane de Poitiers and the other by Catherine de’ Medici, located on either side of the castle, inspired the floral embroideries on the wide lapel of a jacket.
For this 2020/21 Métiers d’art collection, CHANEL’s artisan accomplices live up to expectations more than ever: a long black lace dress composed of lattices punctuated with studs, made by Lemarié; the top of a damask dress embroidered entirely by Lesage; the two-tone sparkling silver platform sandals and the tapered black boots with fold-over cuffs and high heels made by Massaro. “And a big black hat by Maison Michel, for a look that is very Milady! I also asked the Atelier Montex to make embroideries from the castle in the style of a child’s toy in strass. Because I like everything to be mixed up, all the different eras, between the Renaissance and romanticism, between rock and something very girly, it is all very Chanel.”
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