Dsquared2 Mens S/S 2011 Milan

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  1. Fatalefashion

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    Dsquared2 - S/S 2011 Full Show

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    The Quality of this Stream is terrible, but coming soon i send the Preview and full show in HQ
     
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  4. FashionPower

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    BORING show!!
    I was expecting MUCH more exciting show from Dean & Dan
    This is pratically the same they have done for SS09 :rolleyes:
     
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    John Travolta circa Saturday Night Fever.
     
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    my opinion : useless !
     
  8. Chris_Couture05

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    I actually kinda like it. Some of the collection is a bit dated though, but I like the pants and the blazers
     
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    BORING! It feels like I've already seen it all
     
  10. rayoflight

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    Checked silk shirts and underwear? Like in posh lumberjacks? :lol:
     
  11. mackos

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    Oh wow, such an acceptable collection from them, especially after last season's hideousness. I really like it.

    Bianca killed it :heart:
     
  12. Street_a_Licious

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    no gimmicks and people call it boring

    i like it, it centers on their great tailoring. only point i don't like is their proposol for proportions. the shortened torso and lengthened legs? me no likey. doesn't look good on me, doesn't look good on most of the models, won't look good on most people.

    so, we have great tailoring (comfortable pants, without being too baggy or too skinny), great colors and that FANTASTIC buttercup colored leather jacket.

    i don't get the hate.

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  13. rayoflight

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    Oh I'm not hatin'... It's better then some of the stuff I've seen so far from some other designers. At least I can see this as something wearable and something that might even look halfway decent on a real person.
    And why hate the 70s vibe? Tom Ford does it all the time and people jizz in their pants even hearing about his clothes and say they are sexy. This is sexy too. And thats all it counts when it comes to clothes (for me anyway). :flower:
     
  14. MetricSam

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    It's just so easy, their collections are always easy. These are plain clothes, not fashion. Nothing innovative in terms of cut, proportion, colours, ... just the same old t-shirts and sweatshirts with a different print on them and a couple of standard blazers, shirts and jeans you can find at any other (italian) brand, except they don't show those on the runway but only in the showroom
     
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    and there's another person who never tried any DSquared clothes...
     
  16. MetricSam

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    I did (albeit several years ago)
    Sure the quality's fine and everything, but the collection, the thoughts behind the collection, are quite boring and often gimmycky (this season not so much I have to admit)
     
  17. TaylorBinque

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    I actually need gimmicks from the collection, oh well...
     
  18. LagerfeldBoy

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    I'm probably one of the few people here that loves when Dsquared includes gimmicks within their shows. Those tacky collections they've done are my absolute favorites from them. Oh well. As for this one, it's nice. More mature than what they're been doing lately. Looks like the Dsquared man finally stopped partying and decided to get his act together while still remaining sexy.
     
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    Exactly what I was thinking!
     
  20. MyNameIs

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    Seems unfocused to me. And yeah a bit dated too.
    But I don't hate it. It's all very wearable. And there are a few of really great pieces too.
     

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