After China stumble, Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana bets on independent future

Dolce & Gabbana plans to remain independent to preserve its creative freedom, even as the Italian fashion house claws back sales lost to the coronavirus pandemic and a bungled advertising campaign in China.The privately held label is a favourite of investment bankers looking to drum up interest in a potential deal, but the Milan-based company has no intention of changing its stand-alone status, according to chief executive Alfonso Dolce.“We decided to stay independent to stay authentic and…


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