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Dsquared2 Resort 2023 – WWD

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A laid-back, youthful vibe ran by the nifty assortment Dean and Dan Caten launched for resort, which stayed true to their signature social gathering spirit.

Taking part in with layers, totally different textures and references, the designers imagined an unfussy wardrobe that would take their too-cool-to-care muses from daytime browsing and skating actions to nighttime hangouts.

Tulle clothes had been layered over T-shirts, cargo pants and washed denims, whereas a fragile laced frock peeked out from beneath an oversize hoodie with tie-dye motifs. A gothic undertone added edge to the lineup, as seen in the dead of night palette the Catens favored for ’80s-inspired blazers in crushed velvet and clothes with puffed shoulders.

As a counterpoint, the designers launched zingy accents of pink, fuchsia, orange, inexperienced and child blue that brightened the temper of the daring assortment. Cue the effortlessly cool and Gen Z-ready look matching pink washed denims with a studded bikini high seen by a sheer tulle costume and accessorized with cartoony sneakers in maxi proportions, in addition to the multicolored lace skirt styled with a purple windbreaker.

On a pure dressed-up entrance, the Catens delivered ruched and sequined minidresses, cheeky laced frocks to be thrown over swimsuits (a glam little black costume with a see-through bow-shaped cutout was the spotlight) in addition to some girly choices that spotlighted the duo’s enjoyable tackle the bon-ton aesthetic, together with a bouclé miniskirt and cropped jacket in flashy tones.

An final contact of irony got here through the emblem of 7-Eleven, which was tweaked into “24-Seven Dsquared2” on T-shirts. A becoming slogan for a flexible assortment crammed with good separates for any event.



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