MILAN FASHION WEEK: Dsquared² F/W 2014-15

Dsquared2 Womenswear Fall Winter 2014 Milan Fashion Week February 2014It was so hard to wait until the last morning of Milan Fashion Week for watching the show of one of my favorite brands but now I can say it was all worth it. After the idyllic island where Dean and Dan left us, this time their super star finds herself in an institution with her wardrobe of magnificent things and espite her dizzying mental state she is always dressed to the hilt. Perturbed and wonderful, Dsquared² takes inspiration from this striking woman for the autumn/winter 2014-15 collection. Dramatic femininity is underscored with iconic 60s shapes of swingy jackets, short shift dresses, capes and cropped pants. I think by now you know my style and my favorite looks are the ones made composed of emerald and teal glossy python skins are cut into long-sleeved short tunic and a cropped jacket with matching python pumps, hats and bags. It was love at first sight! As for shoes, sandals with high corrective heels locked in metal cages and wrap around the ankle immediately caught my attention; as well as the big wide glasses, reminiscent of those worn by Jackie ‘ O, are surmounted by a movable clip full of stones and crystals. Their sparkle is lost in a kaleidoscope of colors and lights, a flash before the return to everyday life, was it just a dream?

E’ stata dura aspettare fino all’ultima mattina di Milan Fashion Week per assistere alla sfilata di uno dei miei brand preferiti ma ora posso dire che ne è valsa davvero la pena. Dopo l’isola paradisiaca dove ci avevano lasciate Dean e Dan, questa volta la loro celebre star, ora rinchiusa, con il suo magnifico guardaroba, è in un istituto di correzione. Disorientata e meravigliosa; Dsquared² si ispira per la collezione autunno/inverno 2014-15 a una donna che non può lasciare indifferenti. La drammatica femminilità è sottolineata dagli iconici tagli anni Sessanta di cappottini, miniabiti, cappe e pantaloni alla caviglia. Penso che ormai conosciate il mio stile ed i miei look preferiti sono infatti quelli composti da lucide e corte tuniche in pitone smeraldo o turchese che si abbinano a scarpe, cappelli e borse, per un look completamente coordinato. Me ne sono innamorata! Per quanto riguarda le scarpe, i sandali correttivi con tacchi in gabbie metalliche e cinturino avvolgente alla caviglia hanno subito catturato la mia attenzione; come anche i grandi occhiali ampi, che ricordano quelli indossati da Jackie ‘O, sono sormontati da una clip mobile e preziosa, ricca di pietre e cristalli. Il loro scintillio si disperde in un caleidoscopio di luci e colori, un flash prima del suo ritorno alla normalità, che sia stato solo un sogno?

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