MILAN…Dean and Dan Caten tapped into celebrity culture this season, in a trendy yet seemingly a bit behind the times take on Starbucks drinking, tabloid reading stars and the fans who love them.  Many of the pieces in the collection were spot on for the juniors market, such as leather jackets and pants, checked button downs and message t-shirts, but something felt a bit dated about the ideas behind the looks. Most interesting was the aspect of mixture, the contrast of a long silk dress with a a punky little jacket, or preppy blazers and sweaters mixed with distressed denim. Deconstruct the Dsquared2 F/W 09 show to find easy items still immediately relevant for this market.

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