Dean and Dan Caten presented their Dsquared2 Spring/Summer 2015 collection during Milan Fashion Week and stunned their audience with a line of pop art-inspired menswear pieces.
Whether paying homage to Andy Warhol's iconic masterpieces or referencing the textual work of Stephen Sprouse-known for his collaborations with luxury fashion house Louis Vuitton-this collection embraces a vivid color palette.
Camouflaged suits and print adorned statement tees were some of the menswear line's most memorable pieces and were paired alongside chromatic outerwear pieces that celebrated summer. In addition to its practical separates, the Dsquared2 Spring/Summer 2015 collection also featured an abundance of fitted swimwear garments that mimicked its vibrant use of print.
Overall, the line embodied a youthful and carefree air and proved that fashion shouldn't take itself too seriously.