Designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana first said Gabbana’s account was hacked. The two later appeared in a video apologizing to the Chinese people.
“A public apology and a low-profile trial really cancel each other out in my mind,” Safidi told The Associated Press on Saturday.
Italian defense lawyers filed a brief this week in Milan Civil Court, claiming that Italy was not the appropriate venue for the case, given that the blog is produced in the United States and that alleged damage occurred in Asia.
The fashion house seeks damages totaling more more than half a billion euros, said Scafidi.
She said the fashion house is asking for 450 million euros spent to restore the brand image since 2018 and 3 million euros in damages for the company and 1 million for Gabbana, to whom …
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