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MILAN — Some retailers and reporters flew in to Milan just in time to catch the DSquared show — and they weren’t disappointed. The frisky presentation featured the first full-fledged collection for women by twin designers Dan and...

MILAN — Some retailers and reporters flew in to Milan just in time to catch the DSquared show — and they weren’t disappointed. The frisky presentation featured the first full-fledged collection for women by twin designers Dan and Dean Caten. Like the men’s wear they’re known for, it was campy and playful. The clothes — leather aviator jackets, cropped pants and tiny shorts — would be ideal for a real-live Barbie. Here, Eva Herzigova, wearing gold lamé, alights, like the other models, from the pink plane at the end of the DSquared runway. For more on the fall season, see pages 4 and 5.

This story first appeared in the February 28, 2003 issue of WWD.  Subscribe Today.