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Since being found guilty of tax evasion, sentenced to jail time, and ordered to pay 343.4 million euros plus interest, Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce have been fervently appealing the court’s decision. They’ve made some very public statements, from closing their Milan stores, bars, and restaurants for three days in protest, to even stating that paying the fines would be the end of Dolce & Gabbana.
Evidently the courtroom is fashion’s hautest hangout this season, and it looks like Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana will be back there before they’ve even finished appealing those tax evasion charges. This time they’ll be joined by Peter Fonda, who wrote, produced and acted in the iconic 1969 movie Easy Rider. Fonda, like a few people, has taken issue with Dolce & Gabbana’s tribute tee. Though his qualm is not the $295 price tag but the fact that the designers didn’t ask permission to use his name and image.
If you thought all the drama stemming from Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana’s tax evasion case was over, think again. This morning, citizens of Milan woke up to find all of Dolce & Gabbana’s stores — which include boutiques, cafes, and restaurants — closed in protest against some strong words from the city of Milan’s Commerce Counselor Franco D’Alfonso. The shop windows bear signs that say “CLOSED FOR INDIGNATION.”
Finally, the details behind the streaker who crashed the Dolce & Gabbana men’s show have emerged! If you’re into that sorta thing…
It’s official: Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana will be trading in their Baroque embroidery for prison stripes. Earlier this morning, an Italian court found the Dolce & Gabbana designers guilty of tax evasion and sentenced them both to jail time.
Let this be a lesson to all of us this tax season.
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are synonymous with major Italian fashion, and despite the ill-advised accessories from last season, the fall 2013 collection should be nothing short of glamorous. We’re livestreaming the Dolce & Gabbana show right here at 8 AM EST, so you’ll want to take your seat — and fast.
For spring 2013, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana sent out a collection inspired by their native home of Sicily, but some of the accessories, specifically several earrings, read more as questionable references to colonialism.
The September issue is a big deal for any fashion mag, but French Vogue’s marks a new look for the Emmanuele Alt-helmed glossy. To celebrate, the editor wrangled a trifecta of present-day supers — Kate Moss, Lara Stone, and Daria Werbowy — to pose for the cover.
Fragrance reviews are silly. Fragrance marketing is even sillier. So from now on, we’ll be crowdsourcing our fragrance reviews. Read on to find out what our office thought about the latest scent to land on our desk: Dolce & Gabbana’s Light Blue Living In Stromboli.
Fashion blogger Bryanboy is a front-row regular who, in the past, has been slightly mysterious. But he’ll be getting up close and personal with his audience when he transitions into television with the new season of America’s Next Top Model.
The clothes must have been amazing.
If this isn’t the most beautiful faux-family of all time, we don’t know what is.
Fragrance reviews are silly. Fragrance marketing is even sillier. So from now on, we’ll be crowdsourcing our fragrance reviews. Read on to find out what our office thought about the latest scent to land on our desk: Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue Dreaming in Portofino.
Well, no professional models, that is.
If it feels like it was just the other day you were reading about Scott Schuman‘s distaste for print media and Dolce & Gabbana‘s blog-courting press stunts, that’s probably because it was! In the meantime, however, it seems he’s changed his tune – or at least mellowed out a bit in preparation for his interview with none other than Swide, Dolce & Gabbana’s in-house blog.
Scott Schuman can certainly hold a grudge.