Alhough they’ve been around for awhile now, the design duo behind DSquared2 – Dean and Dan Caten – have been getting a lot of attention as of late because of their racy costumes for Britney Spears’ Circus tour. Now comes news that the Canadian twin brothers will get their own radio program called Dean and Dan on Air: Style in Stereo. Slated to begin airing on May 5th on Sirius satellite radio’s BPM channel, the program will play a variety of music (including soundtracks from select DSquared2 runway shows), along with celebrity interviews, fashion and political discussions.
In other expansion news, famed French house Chloe has just opened a new boutique on Melrose Place in Los Angeles. The shop marks Chloe’s fifth location in the United States – they also have retail spots in New York, Costa Mesa, Miami and Las Vegas.
The 2,500 square foot airy shop was designed by London-based architecture firm Sophie Hicks & Associates Shoppers, and houses the full range of Hannah MacGibbon-designed ready to wear, handbags, shoes, small leather goods, jewelry, sunglasses, and fragrance.
Images courtesy of the Fashion Spot forums.