lunes, 27 de septiembre de 2010

Dsquared² Spring 2011 RTW

KARMEN PEDARU

The first look out, a crystal-encrusted sweater and hot-pant set, suggested we were in for a vampy romp in the style of Dean and Dan Caten's last show—none too subtle and without much in common with what the brothers sell so successfully in stores.
SASHA PIVOVAROVA

This time, though, the opening was not a sign of things to come. While the temptation to turn up the sizzle on the runway must be hard for these showmen to resist, resist it they did. Instead, they struck a balance, serving up preppy tailoring with a winking sex appeal rather than a full-on assault.
Nimue Smit

The flat oxfords were a big surprise, especially after Fall's "spinal cord" heels, but they worked with the show's pantsuits as well as winning basics like boxy khakis and plaid bermuda shorts (teamed with a denim and a white cotton poplin button-down, respectively).
Vlada Roslyakova

The straw hats and oversize glasses, in contrast, were silly; the collection's boyish vibe would've come across without them.
Olga Sherer

Upping the ante for after dark—and no one would begrudge them that—the designers sent out a daringly bare white waistcoat worn with black satin short shorts and a backless minidress, alongside more covered-up pieces like a tuxedo shirtdress, a Le Smoking, and a trompe l'oeil evening coat-cum-cape. Even a tomboy likes to let her hair down once in a while.
Charlotte di Calypso
Maud Welzen
Frida Gustavsson

BIANCA BALTI
Anna Selezneva
Kristina Romanova
Constance Jablonski
Sophie Srej

CHANEL IMAN

Snejana Onopka
Samantha Gradoville
Ieva Laguna

Hanne Gaby Odiele
Ming Xi
Nimue Smit
Auguste Tomasuite Abeliunaite
Olga Sherer
Vlada Roslyakova
Charlotte di Calypso
Maud Welzen
BIANCA BALTI
Kristina Romanova
Sophie Srej

Constance Jablonski

CHANEL IMAN

Anna Selezneva
Snejana Onopka

KARMEN PEDARU
SASHA PIVOVAROVA
Dean and Dan Caten


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