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The Caten twins personify quality and dynamism— in their designs and in what they take a stand for. Their brand, Dsquared2, celebrates who you are. It’s no wonder they are the winners of the Attitude Style Award

After studying at the famous Parsons School of Design, twins Dean and Dan Caten went on to work at Versace and Diesel before cultivating their own brand, Dsquared2, in 1995.

The Canadian duo have always had a flare for performance, so it’s no surprise that after 23 years in business, they’ve worked with a slew of pop’s top acts, creating outfits with edge. Take Madonna for instance: Dean and Dan worked with Madge on her 2001 Drowned World tour and the rodeo-themed Don’t Tell Me video. Moving from the queen of pop, to the princess, the Catens were also responsible for Britney’s ringleader jacket and top-hat outfit on her 2009 Circus tour.

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