DSquared2 is a brand founded by Canadian twins Dean and Dan Caten. Their success comes from a long line of fashion show-events that captured the attention of journalists and buyers thanks to the skillful combination of style, music and entertainment.
A strong link with music, which has seen collaboration with a variety of rock and pop stars, including Lenny Kravitz, Justin Timberlake, Ricky Martin, Nelly Furtado, Robbie Williams, Britney Spears, Tokyo Hotel, Christina Aguilera and Madonna, for whom the Caten twins designed the clothes for "Don't tell me." Other collaborations with the world of sport include the Juventus and Barcelona football clubs as well as special sneakers for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
The intelligent mix of irreverent Canadian irony and refined Italian tailoring, combined with meticulous attention to detail, are the foundation of today's Dsquared2 philosophy, which has given life to a unique concept of alternative luxury. Dsquared2 collections have conquered an increasingly wider audience and, in line with their natural stylistic maturity, have become more chic and sophisticated, while maintaining a sexy and provocative allure ingrained in the creative roots of the brand.