Unveiled via a look book-like video, the Dsquared2 Spring/Summer 2021 collection from the Caten twins made us rediscover one of their core signatures, tailoring, here updated with a punk twist.
True to the brand’s essence, the lineup features contrasting and mixing influences where silhouettes tread the line between rebellious and refined.
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For men, the twins brothers proposed a wardrobe inspired by military theme: here aviation. Thus, nylon jumpsuits featured elongated zippers, utilitarian harnessing were strapped into tailored jackets and trousers embellished with oversized cargo pockets and zips detail or high waist pant is constructed with a wrapped buckled closure inspired by a military uniform.
Another strong Nineties reference popped up as well in the collection, adding a touch of sensual femininity: lingerie details on transparent lace tops for men.
Accessories play on the punk theme: men wear pearl necklaces, as a single strand or with a pendant, or moulded leather bracelets and rings, and carry doctor style leather bags and flat fanny packs.
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