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|Born||Kyle Carlson, Lane Carlson
December 24, 1978
Stillwater, Minnesota, United States
|Measurements||Weight: 175 lbs
The twins were born in Stillwater, Minnesota, United States, Kyle six minutes after Lane. The Carlson twins grew up with two older siblings, Aaron and Michelle, and a younger sister, Lynnaya. The brothers attended Stillwater High School and both graduated from Winona State University.
The brothers began their modeling career when Lane was "discovered" in a mall in La Crosse, Wisconsin.[when?] The twins have since become internationally successful models. As with the Brewer twins, the Carlson twins first received public attention after modeling naked for photographer Bruce Weber.
The Carlson twins have worked for Armani, Out magazine and Abercrombie and Fitch, with the popularity of the twins increasing after they appeared together in Abercrombie and Fitch's now discontinued catalog, A&F Quarterly (Spring Break 2001). At the peak of their careers, the Carlson twins frequently worked as underwear models, with Calvin Klein reputedly preferring Kyle to front the company's underwear campaigns.
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