For their spring menswear collection, Dsquared2 designers Dean and Dan Caten conjured the Warhol spirit with bright colors and cartoonish, graphic prints. “We thought about the pop art that we love,” they say. “It always gives us creative vibes.” The Marildean sweatshirt pictured is an example of the collection’s fun, postmodern mash-up of iconic imagery.
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