A Little Old, A Little New

Some call it fashion, others may call it the theater of the absurd. Last week in Milan a couple of unassuming goats shared a runway with a farmhand and some models. The occasion was the 20th anniversary of the house of Dolce & Gabbana, which was held at the designers' slick new space in the old Metropol theater where Maria Callas famously recorded her interpretation of Norma. Guests including actresses Elizabeth Hurley and Chloë Sevigny watched a movie documenting two decades of D&G's sexy, streamlined signatures before the models stomped out in fresh white eyelet bustier dresses and romantic ballgowns strewn...

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