Dean and Dan Caten, the Canadian twins at the center of luxury label DSquared² will be producing a new line of children’s clothing from next year.
Milan-based Dean and Dan Caten, the twin brothers and fashion designers, have made a name for themselves with their more risqué outfits.
The designers’ latest catwalk collection wasn’t scared to show plenty of flesh, with leather trousers and micro-skirts going down the runway on baby-doll models.
However, in an exciting twist, the Toronto-born fashion stars have just announced that they will be turning their talents to children’s clothing. The new line of apparel and accessories is aimed at both boys and girls from newborns to 14-year-olds.
“Our customers have grown with us and we have accompanied many of them to the altar. Now their children are also in need of cool and fun outfits,” said the brothers, “with this junior line, we are finally…creating a total look for the entire family.”
Just like the main line, the kids’ clothes will be expected to feature plenty of the twins’ signature touches, including the Canadian red maple leaf.
The clothes will be produced by Diesel boss Renzo Rosso’s Brave Kid company which also manufactures and distributes the John Galliano and Diesel junior lines.
Available in Spring 2014, the clothes will appear in DSquared²’s flagships in Milan, Paris and Tokyo, as well as select department stores and luxury boutiques worldwide.