Staged at 9:30 in the morning, this was a decaffeinated attempt at hard-core club gear. The formula was all too predictable, with Dean and Dan Caten using Village People leather caps, safety pin chains, tangles of black crucifixes, cobweb embroidery and neon and leopard-print accents to sex up their standard acts: sharp tailoring with cropped jackets and fitted pants, form-fitting white shirts, distressed denim and the like. While the merch-friendly lineup is bound to satisfy at retail, the Dsquared2 man would benefit from an overhaul.

Staged at 9:30 in the morning, this was a decaffeinated attempt at hard-core club gear. The formula was all too predictable, with Dean and Dan Caten using Village People leather caps, safety pin chains, tangles of black crucifixes, cobweb embroidery and neon and leopard-print accents to sex up their standard acts: sharp tailoring with cropped jackets and fitted pants, form-fitting white shirts, distressed denim and the like. While the merch-friendly lineup is bound to satisfy at retail, the Dsquared2 man would benefit from an overhaul.

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