It’s refreshing to see designers stick to their guns, even when they feel that the world might be against them. At Milan Fashion Week, during Dsquared2 Fall 2019 men’s and women’s show, Dan and Dean Caten gave caution to the wind. The piled on as much plaid, tie-dye, faux fur, miniskirts, denim, and more as they presented what may be their most fearless offering to date. Although the clothes, as a whole, is in-line with the maximalist movement that actually started in Milan (Gucci by Alessandro Michele to be exact), this was just a thunderstorm of streetwear opulence and colorful sexuality that might be too much to digest for some. When dissected, however, there are still some interesting pieces in the mix. Much of the tie-dye items, for example, would be great pops of color to any outfit. While the tailored jackets and suits by the end of the show provide a touch of youthful refinement for the young hustlers out there! Still, it was exciting to see designers present work that they believe looks good, even though the rest of the world might not agree!
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