MILAN…Canadian brothers Dan and Dean Caten set the seventies tone outright, opening their Spring collection with three models in slinky floor length dresses striking a classic Charlie’s Angels pose.  What followed was a nod to Studio 54 era sportswear, with looks ranging from tailored three piece suits to floaty ruffled maxi dresses. Excluding a few giant bubble dresses that had Wonka’s Veruca Salt like volume, the collection was filled with versatile separates including belted high waisted denim paired with striped button downs, and drapey jersey dresses with a hint of metallic detailing.  Overall, Dsquared2 dished out a glam collection that was heavy on nostalgia but high on wearability.

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