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Videos featuring a model attempting to eat Italian food with chopsticks are not going over well on social media.
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Not to mention a dress that looks like it was lifted straight from the Met's "Heavenly Bodies" exhibition.
Whether you submit yourself to the runway or the Church, prepare yourself for a worshipful experience.
The three-night extravaganza included a women's collection showcase at The Metropolitan Opera House.
Plus, Nordstrom is partnering with Allbirds on a pop-in concept shop.
No one is safe from the technology revolution.
This time, the ads even include the featured "It" kids' Instagram handles.
Plus, Virgil Abloh stars on four different covers of "System" Magazine.
The brand is dubbing them "The New Renaissance."
Plus, Drake wrote a song for the Louis Vuitton men's show.
Via Instagram, of course.
According to Stefano Gabbana, "Si."
And Charlotte Olympia plots her international expansion.
Plus, Gwyneth Paltrow announces her "conscious uncoupling" from Chris Martin on GOOP .
A Milan lawyer has asked that the designers be acquitted, as the final verdict on the Dolce & Gabbana tax evasion case gets closer.
The luxury brand is under investigation for smuggling in products to be sold in its two Instanbul boutiques.
I haven't even smelled Dolce & Gabbana's newest fragrance, Dolce, but I want to buy up all the bottles -- which is totally insane, because I already have like, 50 bottles of perfume at home.
Dolce & Gabbana makes a gorgeous case for the side of good, while Undercover contends that it's pretty great to be bad.
Talley has dubbed Kim Kardashian an "enchanting angel."
At Milan Fashion Week, many Italian designers declared war on austerity in favor of overtly luxe looks.