Fashion is NOT art. It's design. Design pursues aesthetics and functionality in equal priority. Aesthetics are subjective; merits of functionality can be objectively evaluated. That's why fashion, as with graphic design and architecture, is considered a professional discipline that requires a formal education, instead of "anything goes as long as you like it". There clearly hasn't been a lot of thought about functionality in Dsquared's designs, in fact I don't think there's a lot of thought about anything at all. All I see is an overboard primal instinct to depict vulgar sexuality and garish conspicuousness. Call me a prude, but that's how I view them. Not everyone likes Jil Sander, though no one can argue that her work is the epitome of calculated, thoughtful, precise design.