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In Italy, Milan Fashion Week continues with more international labels showcasing their latest designs. Let's take a look.
With a bedroom scene as the catwalk backdrop, D-Squared showed its spring/summer collection Tuesday in Milan.
Models wore a variety of colors - from pale pink to bright reds and greens. The shirts were sheer and light, with most outfits accessorized by sunglasses.
Dean Caten, designer of "D-Squared", said, "The main inspiration is 'American Gigolo.' So it's Richard Gere, it's 1980's, it's sexy. A new look on proportions, I mean, we've had no waist for so, so long. It's like, you know what? It's time to bring it back up. Take in the shirts, slim out the jackets, lengthen, sharpen, a chic, elegant man."
|With a bedroom scene as the catwalk backdrop, D-Squared |
showed its spring/summer collection Tuesday in Milan.
The collection ranged from evening wear to green-and-white striped bikini briefs.
Also on Tuesday. Giorgio Armani delivered a black and white dominated menswear collection.
Models walked the runway wearing those basic neutral colors in all sorts of combinations, most featuring the Italian designer's signature jacket.
A splash of color was occasionally seen in an accessory or lapel.
Giorgio Armani's spring/summer 2011 collection closed the menswear portion of Milan Fashion Week.