Ladies Who prefer their Lunch liquified and their pills in cocktails can seek asylum in Dsquared2’s doll-like, Sixties-inspired, plush and pad-locked, embellished, excess - the perfect glittery anecdote for that particular case of silicon-infused exhaustion. Time to check-in-Cause a little plastic and a spritz of perfume never hurt anyone…yet.
Dsquared2 coquettish fall collection channeled Audrey Hepburn's Über chic cat-eyed cat-burglar, Nicole, from the 1966 classic caper How To Steal a Million Dollars. The Italian label's signature cartoonish cheek and vampy sex-appeal blended with Hepburn’s coy feline-flirtiness and posh sophistication. The glam line-up filled with Sixties-inspired silhouettes, ultra-mod accessories, luxe fabrics and dazzling embellishments.
If there was ever an imperative time to channel Barbara Streisand (and we all know that there’s never a bad time to channel Babs) it would be this season. Fall ‘14 is all about her retro Hollywood glamour with a wild-cat twist. Think gawgeous leopard prints at runway shows from Celine to Dsquared2 and cheeky, hyper-femme elegance at Rochas and Diane Von Furstenberg. And just in time for the runways’ Streisand awakening comes a breath-taking new tome completely devoted to the fabulous funny girl: Streisand: In the Camera Eye filled with stunning photos of the saucy,spitfire minx.