Dsquared2: The 2015 Spring Menswear Collection


For most of my professional career I’ve functioned in a somewhat conservative industry where most employees wear blue, gray with only a hint of a primary color. While that isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it doesn’t always inspire a creative environment. Only in the last few years have I been willing to challenge my colleagues to take it up a notch! Taking it up a notch is what captured my attention when I reviewed the Dsquared2 Spring 2015 Menswear Collection.

The theme of the collection is Stud210, based on Andy Warhol’s factory.  Warhol, an American artist who pioneered the visual art movement was known for vibrant neon colors, Pop imagery and his association with musicians.  The look and feel of each piece in the collection is captivating from start to finish. Dean and Dan Caten managed to capture the essence of the era and translate it remarkably and skillfully in their collection. Dsquared2 S/S 2015 uses bold, vibrant and graphic details in the coats, shirts, jeans, totes and hats. The collection also captures the graffiti influences of fashion designer, Stephen Sprouse – who considered Warhol a mentor and close friend.  I absolutely enjoyed the experience and hope you appreciate my favorite looks from the Dsquared2 Spring 2015 Menswear Collection.

As always, thanks for the visit and we hope you see something that inspires you to “take it up a notch” by adding pieces from Dsquared2.com to your personal collection. If you’d like more style advise, fashion and image tips, or to receive exclusive information from Styled by Mark, subscribe to our blog. You can also follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Bloglovin. Stay Stylish My Friends!



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