Chip and Pepper Foster are identical twin businesspeople from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
They are co-owners of the self-titled Chip & Pepper apparel company and former hosts of their
own NBC series, Chip and Pepper's Cartoon Madness.
Chip and Pepper jeans typically have a boot cut fit and are made of high quality, lightweight denim.
They are frequently distressed to increase their style, and are similarly priced to other designer
jeans, such as Diesel, Seven for all Mankind, and True Religion. They are available mainly at upscale
department stores such as Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale's and Saks Fifth Avenue as well as specialty
During the Fosters' TV work in Los Angeles, their clothing business was, according to them, mismanaged through ties to B.U.M.
Equipment. This eventually led to a legal battle over the ownership of the Chip & Pepper trademark.
In 1994, the Fosters opened a store by the name of Golf Punk. As it grew, the Fosters decided to
resurrect their signature brand, which took place in fall of 2003 in Los Angeles. The duo gained
notoriety as stylists on the Style Network show The Look For Less and numerous appearances on E!,
including Glamour's 50 Biggest Fashion Dos & Don'ts. But even after their critically acclaimed
appearances on several cable networks, the return of Space Cats was still pending due to budgetary
cuts from JCPenny funding. As of 2011, Space Cats: The Technicians of Subtlety was still the highest
rated project profile on the crowdfunding site, Kickstarter.