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Dsquared2 goes tribal for A/W15

Dsquared2 goes tribal for A/W15

Dsquared2 showed a tribal-inspired collection at Milan Fashion Week today.

Identical twins Dean and Dan Caten are behind the brand, which was among the fashion houses showing in the Italian city today.

The brothers' Autumn/Winter 15 line wouldn't look out of place at a wintry festival, with huge fur coats adorned with zigzag prints and tight tops with tribal patterns on offer.

Layers upon layers made it down the runway, with one model wearing printed tights, a checked skirt, denim blouse, silk scarf and fur gilet.

Another wore a poncho with sheepskin trim, red trousers and furry boots.

What threw this collection slightly off-kilter were the examples of glitzy costume jewellery used throughout. Some models wore chunky, dazzling earrings with diamonds and rubies. Others had sparkling necklaces in a similar style.

Continuing this ladylike theme, the girls wore elegant long gloves. These came in all kinds of different colours, including green, pink, red and black.

Model Jessica Stam was among those walking and posted a snap of herself in a tight bodysuit which was completely covered in tribal patterns.

"this season @dsquared2 only hired models with full body tattoos like me #underneathitall (sic)," she joked on Instagram.

The day before she'd posted a snap of herself with the brand's two designers.

"a Dean & Dan sandwich? I'm all about it! @dsquared2 #CanadianGirls #MFW (sic)," she wrote.

Also showing today was Giorgio Armani. The iconic Italian house went for an elegant look, sending models down the runway with blazers and dyed silk trousers.

It was all about the perfect fit for the designer, who opted for impeccably tailored designs on the models.

Alberto Zambelli is among those still to show at Milan Fashion Week, which finishes today. Next up is Paris, which kicks off tomorrow with the likes of Anthony Vaccarello and DÉVASTÉE.

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