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Dsquared2 MenswearFall Winter 2014 Milan Menswear

Runway Review
1/14/2014 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

Canadian design duo Dan and Dean Catena at DSquared2, known for their memorable runway shows, outdid themselves this time by transforming their menswear fall-winter 2014-2015 catwalk into a prison.

The show started with a model tied up in a straitjacket and being dragged off by two burly orderlies to the sound of a siren. And the soundtrack included Nurse Ratched from “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.”
The lights went on to reveal a cell block filled with DSquared2 “inmates,” perhaps doing time for fashion crimes. The first model out worn an orange bomber jacket with “Caten Penitentiary” emblazoned across the back.

Many of the looks involved jeans cuffed above the ankle and Dr. Martens-style work boots. Leather or denim jean jackets were paired with black pants stopping above the angle. A jean jacket came with straitjacket-style buckles running down the back. For a more formal look, there was a black cloth bomber jacket with patch pockets worn over a white shirt and narrow tie.

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1/14/2014 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

Canadian design duo Dan and Dean Catena at DSquared2, known for their memorable runway shows, outdid themselves this time by transforming their menswear fall-winter 2014-2015 catwalk into a prison.

The show started with a model tied up in a straitjacket and being dragged off by two burly orderlies to the sound of a siren. And the soundtrack included Nurse Ratched from “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.”
The lights went on to reveal a cell block filled with DSquared2 “inmates,” perhaps doing time for fashion crimes. The first model out worn an orange bomber jacket with “Caten Penitentiary” emblazoned across the back.

Many of the looks involved jeans cuffed above the ankle and Dr. Martens-style work boots. Leather or denim jean jackets were paired with black pants stopping above the angle. A jean jacket came with straitjacket-style buckles running down the back. For a more formal look, there was a black cloth bomber jacket with patch pockets worn over a white shirt and narrow tie.


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