Filters :

Refine Your Results By:

Reductions

Price

82£ 1593£

DSQUARED2

Dsquared2, by Dean and Dan Caten.

The founders are Italian but were born in Canada and live in London, an international identity which gives them the talent that those twins have. Dean and Dan Caten, born the 19th December 1964, are one of the greatest fashion designers ever. When they wanted to learn about fashion at Parsons, the New School for design in New York in 1983, they only stayed one semester for they already had their own vision, a vision which even widened when they went in Italy in 1991. Both worked for great clothing brands before founding Dsquared2 in 1994. Their first men’s collection show, in 1995, changed everything.

Dsquared2, whacky but trendy designs.

Their first fashion show was spectacular and was a perfect illustration of music and fashion art. They are never afraid to do too much. And it’s the beginning of many other fashion shows with the same spirit. In one of them, the Spring-Summer 2005 men’s wear, we could even see a strip-tease of the gorgeous pop singer Christina Aguilera at the end. And the clothes that they expose in these shows are not the least. Their Italian genie gives them care of details and the know-how about perfect cuts that are characteristic of Italian designs. Their Canadian education provides an open vision on fashion and that’s why their outfits are so sexy and provocative with a luxury and rock’n roll side. With flagship stores all around the world, they propose magnificent men's clothing, fragrance, cosmetics, sunglasses and footwear, signed Dsquared2.

Dsquared2 was set up in 1994 by the twins Dean & Dan Caten, whose passion for art and fashion took them first to the prestigious Parsons School of New York and then to Italy where they worked with the likes of Gianni Versace and Diesel. Urban and edgy, Dsquared2 offers season after season of strong pieces inspired by the rebellious glam-rock style, without forgetting a good dose of provocation. The best known examples are Dsquared2 jeans.

125 Items
125 Items