Dsquared² is an Italian fashion house based in Milan. The Dsquared² brand was launched in 1995 by Canadian identical twins Dean and Dan Caten.
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The Dsquared² brand was launched in 1995. In 2000–01, Madonna commissioned the brothers to design over 150 pieces for her Drowned World Tour 2001 and “Don’t Tell Me” music video.
A runway show in 2005 ended with Christina Aguilera stripping male models of their clothes. In September 2007, the Dsquared² fashion show in Milan featured Rihanna entering the stage in an American muscle car, followed by a runway walk. In January 2010, the Dsquared² Autumn/Winter 2010 menswear show in Milan featured Bill Kaulitz descending from the ceiling in a caged elevator à la Rocky Horror Picture Show. Bill Kaulitz opened and closed the Dsquared² Autumn/Winter 2010 menswear show in Milan.
In June 2007, the first Dsquared² flagship was opened in Milan’s fashion district. Stores also opened in St. Moritz, Athens, Mykonos, Capri, Istanbul, Kyiv, Cannes, Singapore, Paris, Nicosia, and Hong Kong. In March 2015, Dsquared² opened its first flagship store in London. This is the first stage of its major store redesign program that will continue into the US at the end of 2015. More recent Dsquared² store openings have included Miami, Doha, Los Angeles, New York, Baku, Rome, Istanbul, and Madrid.