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Referring to Gado Slr – the Luxembourg-based holding company that the prosecution claims Dolce and Gabbana set up to transfer earnings, therefore avoid paying tax in Italy – the design duo’s legal representative Massino Dinoia said that they were only ever concerned with, “those issues that concern the image of the fashion house and the creation of products, while all that pertains to the commercial phase, such as the organization and the administration of the company structures, concern other offices and individuals.”
Dolce and Gabbana have always strongly denied any charges or allegations against them concerning tax evasion. A date for the appeal court has not yet been set.