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Fashion News: Milan Fashion Week is the end for D&G

September 23, 2011 |  8:23 am

Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce 
The D&G spring 2012 collection shown Thursday on the runways during Milan Fashion Week will be the last of the 17-year-old D&G diffusion line, which henceforth is to be folded in to Dolce & Gabbana's main collection. This give designers Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce more time to focus. They looked pretty happy about it at the end of the show, above.  [Telegraph]

"Project Runway's" Tim Gunn is also the chief creative officer of Liz Claiborne, of which Lucky Brand is a part, which is why he was in L.A. Wednesday night to celebrate the launch of Lucky's new fall ad campaign. [PopSugar LA]

Fashion designer/reality darling Lauren Conrad plans to launch a beauty line. [People]

It turns out that one of the most popular models during London Fashion Week was only 15 -- too young under the Council of Fashion Designers of America's new age rules, which set 16 as the minimum. Valerija Sestic's agent expresses regret -- but then again, Valerija got to walk in shows for Rodarte, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Prabul Gurung and more. [The Cut]

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Photo: Designers Stefano Gabbana, left, and Domenico Dolce wave to the audience Thursday in Milan at the end of the last D&G fashion show. Credit: Vittorio Zunino /Getty Images

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