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MILAN — Dean and Dan Caten said Monday they would start combining men’s and women’s shows starting next January.

The designing twins are to continue showing their brand in Milan.

“The two collections complement one another,” said Dean Caten.

“This step will allow our women’s show collection to have more shelf life in stores,” added Dan Caten.

The development adds to the turmoil at international fashion weeks as a growing number of brands switch to coed and see-now-buy-now formats — or both, as Burberry did earlier this month during London Fashion Week.