Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi have been putting on a show for their namesake collection since 2009 though they might argue that the show was in the making long before that time. This season they showed that it might actually be the case that this collection was long in coming. A collection that hearkened back to the days of Studio 54 mixed with a progressive chic dominated the runway and was all the more impressive than their previous iteration earlier in the week. Aquilano.Rimondi’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection consisted of a large smattering of colors, prints and slits that sat uncomfortably high for the conservative but just right for the daring rocker. Milan’s fashion week has been dominated with color and flash as evidenced by Cavalli, Armani and to some extent Prada. Aquilano.Rimondi was no different and seemed more enthusiastic in their approach. Using a kaleidoscopic effect on pencil skirts and the aformentioned thigh-high slits, Aquilano.Rimondi seemed to notify Milan that they were to be taken seriously…fun.