MOVE OVER, MIELE: The main attraction Monday at Carlos Miele’s runway show at The Stage at Lincoln Center wasn’t the clothes or the models, although they both were beautiful. Nor was the designer himself the center of attention. The stars were Brazilian brothers and DJ partners Sean and Anthony Souza. “Who are you?” a fashion editor asked the pair after the show, as if she’d discovered Fabio and his twin. “You’re the show! Are you married?” A group gathered in front of the table where the brothers plied their magic and bombarded them with questions. “Do you do private parties? What’s the address of your Web site?” Yes, and they don’t have one. The Souzas even had requests for autographs, as the mostly female crowd pulled out notebooks or handed them their programs. In answer to the question, “Where will you be next,” Anthony Souza shouted, “We’re going to play tomorrow night [Tuesday] at Double Sevens.”
Backstage, Miele seemed tickled by the attention the DJs were getting. Surrounded by a large crowd, he gave interviews to a Brazilian TV reporter and the Long Island Exchange, as well-wishers vied for his attention.