No summer has ever been this hot, sassy and classy at the same time. The new DSquired2 spring/summer 2014 collection unveiled at Milan Fashion Week is breathtaking and provocative. Designers Dean and Dan covered the runway at their show with real sand, artificially creating the blazing atmosphere of the nice, crowded beach and the nostalgic idea of the fun and entertaining nights.
The ready-to-go on vacation looks of DSquired2 make you more anxious about the upcoming summer and the possible fascinating adventures of unstoppable youth. The Hispanic touch in colors and the whole show is strikingly obvious. The beautiful melodies of samba and the crazy atmosphere of Brazilian insane nightlife and diverting festivals make you grab one of the seductive apparels and get a one-way ticket to South America to enjoy the endless fun and the lazy carelessness.
The classy looks of the late ‘50s combined with delicate modernity and artistic style are not only glamorous but also mature and elegant. No sophisticated man will ever baffle you with an unserious teenager since the dresses are exquisite and graceful.
The colorful hues of white, orange, purple and red seem to be trendy and attractive this summer, as the DSquired2 spring/summer 2014 collection hints. The very first look from DSquired2 is a simple white swimming suit in retro motives, in which Audrey Hepburn would be amazingly stunning. There are also other “Tiffany ” looks in the collection such as the super short pink dress with hot darkening on the waist.
Another retro fashionable combination is the silver shorts matched with loose coral top that will give you a comfy, casual and also a very tempting look. The coral classy Capri pants with same-color sloppy shirt can be best worn to a movie or to a fancy café in the center of historical Madrid.
The incredibly marvelous looks are finished off with stylish glasses, leather bags and classy hats giving the models a sophisticated look. The start of Milan Fashion Week spring 2014 is incredibly bright thanks to the DSquired2 spring/summer 2014 collection, so, yeah, let the show go on!
Photos Courtesy of Vogue