DSQUARED2’S SS24 COLLECTION WAS HOT AS HELL

DSQUARED2’S SS24 COLLECTION WAS HOT AS HELL

by Juliette Eleuterio
4 min
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With a collection titled D2Naughty, what can you really expect? Dsquared2’s SS24 collection was a steamy erotic stimulation that can only be described as hot as hell.

The show was teased on the brand’s Instagram with saucy videos of a shirtless torso and an old DVD style warning written in Italian that the contents would include “pornography” and would be prohibited to those under 18. As Dsquared2 promised steamy, they delivered even steamier than we could have thought.

Before models started walking down the runway, co-founders Dan and Dean Caten had a special surprise for their guests to indulge in. Projected onto a screen that would later split open in half for the models to walk through, a vintage-style film started playing and as it turns out, it was directed by an Italian icon, Rocco Siffredi. If you don’t know who that is, you’re probably too young and might want to skip out on this one.

After all sorts of NSFW images were shown, the first model walked out wearing a modest pair of jorts paired with a half horizontally colour-blocked, half pin-striped button-up shirt. Mind you, this show got a whole load skimpier, with this season’s accessory seemingly being going shirtless and trouserless, but some looks still felt somewhat suitable for a daytime outing, without losing the fun aspect of Dsquared2.

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With both men’s and women’s looks, the twin brothers definitely understood the hot girl summer (and hot guy summer) assignment. There were short shorts, and we’re talking even shorter than 5 inch inseams, a “p*ssy” belt, jeans that were being ripped off on the runway, a “PAYGUY” t-shirt that literally had written on it “Tag Team BJ” and “All Hung All Horny”, no joke. There was also a pearl necklace bra top (at this point, it was more of a nipple pasty cover-up situation) reminiscent of Kim Kardashian’s infamous Playboy photoshoot. You’re doing amazing, Dsquared2!

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The Rolling Stones’ infamous tongue logo made its appearance in more ways than one – on cut-out tees, belts and flashed on underwear, which makes sense because what screams s*x more than rockstars? Actually, p*rn directors. Parallel to the show, Dsquared2 showed us a sweaty and stressed out cameraman filming some sort of business happening on a bed, hidden to us by a rattan room divider. Will let you guess what was going on behind there.

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That same director then walked down the runway, and by the end of it, unzipped his trousers to reveal Not going to lie, we thought it was going to go even further than that, but it’s probably best it didn’t. That would have definitely been a show stopper, but instead that label can be given to the model that walked up right behind him, Julia Fox. Wearing an all-white, lingerie-style dress, styled with a seashell necklace and thigh-high tights, the look was somewhat tamed for the former dominatrix. 

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Sl*tty, but in the best way possible, Dsquared2 knew exactly what they were doing with this one. More than suggestive, the raunchy energy of the show – which ended in moaning sounds, bare in mind – was hotter than the blazing Milan sun could ever be.

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