Dan and Dean Caten set their stage as a swank bachelor pad, having picked “American Gigolo” as their theme — not in reference to the iconic movie’s fashions, but channeling the pricy lifestyle and cocky attitude of a high-end hustler.

 

Buff and tan models strutted in tight trousers, pointed loafers and unbuttoned shirts of slinky silk. Jeans came with a higher waist and a slight flare. The hint of sleaze felt a bit passé at times, but the collection was undeniably upbeat and well merchandised, with ample color and swimwear.

Dan and Dean Caten set their stage as a swank bachelor pad, having picked “American Gigolo” as their theme — not in reference to the iconic movie’s fashions, but channeling the pricy lifestyle and cocky attitude of a high-end hustler.

 

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