The Dsquared² girls strutted down the catwalk clutching Starbucks venti lattes and Mochaccinos and toting Us Weeklys in their big leather It bags. Jourdan Dunn checked her BlackBerry, peering over the rims of her retro shades, while another model sucked on a cigarette. Show tunes and hair bands vied on the soundtrack. In case it's not clear by now, this collection was all about the high-low mix: T-shirts, preppy pastel button-downs, and boyfriend jeans topped off with a snug washed leather jacket and a trucker hat; a pair of tank tops tucked into a mini made from a Chanel-ish plaid bouclé; or a faded denim jacket tossed on over a black jersey gown with crystal straps. Nearly every look was accessorized with knit caps, sunglasses, and bling.

Olsen-twins chic is nothing new, of course. It was a while ago that Vogue Italia published a Steven Meisel shoot reproducing paparazzi-style, gossip-rag shots of Mary-Kate, Ashley, and their young Hollywood cohorts—the only difference being that the models were about a foot taller than the celebrities they played. Still, it was a clever bit of fun for Dean and Dan Caten, who, probably not uncoincidentally, just landed a gig designing concert clothes for Britney Spears' upcoming comeback tour (her 15th by our count). The former teen queen—the Catens' program notes spoke of girls interrupted—could really rock the T-shirt dress and crystal-encrusted shirred chiffon jacket Catherine McNeil wore. The funny thing is, this was one of Dsquared²'s most wholesome shows in memory—and none the worse for that.