Dsquared2 design duo, Dean and Dan Caten, are stepping into the world of fine dining with Ceresio 7 – a restaurant on the penthouse level of the brand’s Milan base.
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Working in conjunction with Storage Studio and Dimore Studio – two esteemed interior design outfitters – the restaurant is less likely to be the pearl-adorned, PVC spectacular one might expect from looking at Dsquared2’s womenswear collections. Whether the waitresses will moonlight as the brand’s scantily-clad catwalk models remains to be seen, however.
Looks from Dsquared2’s spring/summer 2013 collection. PHOTO: Sean Cunningham
Though no images of Dean and Dan’s blueprint have been revealed, the penthouse haunt, aptly named after the design headquarters’ address, Via Ceresio 7, will feature two pools, WWD reports.
The Caten twins have also chosen former Bulgari Hotel chef Elio Sironi to helm the kitchen, which is due to open in September.
Whether the date will coincide with Milan spring/summer 2014 fashion week is yet to be confirmed. Here’s hoping it is, so that Dsquared2 front row enthusiasts, Jedward, will be part of the potentially amusing opening night.
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