If fashion falls through for them, there's always a living to be made as stand-up comics in the Catskills.
The theme this time around was a summer campout, and, before you say a word, there wasn't a double entendre the twins hadn't anticipated.
Ants in their pants, out in the woods, surrounded by half-naked studs? They stuck glittery little insects all over a well-packed Speedo.
That kind of brass is a large part of their charm.
It's scarcely sensible (never mind polite) to point out that we've seen it all before—the gravity-defying denims, the short shorts, the fetishistically perfect outerwear, the 12-packed, porn-ready models—when the Catens are clearly loving every minute of being fashion's (metaphorically) biggest and best showfolk.
Besides, step back from the ringside and there will always be the sexy jean, the neat little blouson, the perfect parka, the cheeky mix of formal and casual (tux jacket with camo shorts? makes perfect sense in the Dsquared² universe).
New this season was a philanthropic commitment to helping their guy make sense of all those layers.
The Catens stitched together all the components of their signature sloppy chic—visible boxer waistband, shorts, long johns—so he will no longer have to fish for those pieces on the floor of wherever it is he sleeps.
GABRIEL PEREZ (I LOVE)