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Ladies and gentlemen, Cintra Wilson on the revamped Dolce & Gabbana flagship: "I’m not saying Dolce & Gabbana celebrates brutality, but they do make me think that all my wardrobe really needs is a gold-plated Kalashnikov, an entourage of boy soldiers and a necklace of human teeth. They pour gasoline on life’s more incendiary fantasies by tempting you to submit to your moral incompetence: to indulge your most terrible defense mechanisms, to abuse power." [NY Times]