There’s nothing subtle or understated about Dsquared2’s spring/summer campaign. Colour is bold and design is strong with this brand’s latest look.

Featuring close-to-neon brights and silhouettes almost as sharp as the model’s jaw (seriously), this collection looks as if its not for the fashion-faint as heart. Luxe fabrics in lime-green, MC Hammer pants and fuchsia leathers look shamelessly daring; a challenge for this season’s fashion-forward man. This season’s brash "art-attitude" inspires a collection of both tailored and casual pieces, not to mention some striking eyewear.

Like we said, Dsquared2 this season is not for the fashion-meek. So tell us, how bold can you be?

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