According to the German publication, Kaulitz was truly the piece de resistance of the collection, taking to the catwalk at the end of the show in impossibly tight black leather pants, matched with chains and heavy jewelry, and a feathered cape. Since attitude is not something that the singer lacks, he put on what critics name a “fierce” appearance. Be that as it may, critics still labeled his appearance brilliant, dubbing him the “black angel” because of the heavy feathery getup.
“‘It was my first time on the catwalk and I was really nervous,’ Kaulitz said after opening the show for Canadian brand DSquared2 as part of Milan fashion week for winter 2010/2011 on Tuesday. But his stage fright didn’t stop the Italian media from gushing over the gender-bending German heartthrob’s performance and dubbing the 20-year-old a ‘black angel’,” The Local writes. It could very well be that his brother’s support, who occupied a seat in the front row, helped alleviate some of Kaulitz’s stage fright.
“Kaulitz’s twin and bandmate Tom sat in the front row at the show to cheer on his brother, who was sporting a new hairdo that was much more streamlined that his usual spiky look. The appearance may be just the beginning for the ambitious young singer’s fashion career. He reportedly told men’s magazine GQ that he could imagine designing his own fashion collection,” The Local further says.
As also noted above, the two designers (also twin brothers) at DSquared2, Dean and Dan Caten, will also create some of the outfits for the upcoming tour of Tokio Hotel. So far, it was only announced that they would design five custom-made outfits for Bill alone – so fans should expect something truly eccentric.