It seems that Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana they should be somewhat concerned about the trial for an alleged tax evasion of approximately 1,000 million euros which have in Italy. The Milan Prosecutor’s Office has requested a sentence of two years and a half in prison for the seamstresses, but why?.
The Milan prosecutor asked this sentence in the trial to consider that the designers are “subjects who benefited to a greater extent” operation that allowed a tax evasion on a large scale, according to the Italian media.
The case judged the alleged tax evasion that could carry out through its signature, Dolce & Gabbana, which created a company with headquarters in Luxembourg under the name of Gado, which consisted as the owner of some of the brands that form part of the group, but which is actually managed from Italy.
Thus, according to the Prosecutor’s Office, which carried out the research, from 2007 to October 2010, the profits derived from the exploitation of the brand paid abroad and not in Italy, where the tax should have been paid.
Although the parade of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana was one of the few who did not succumb to the trend of this summer’s black and white stripes, do you think that we will see them behind bars?