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Uncategorized / August 10, 2017

Several weeks ago, the Italian designers Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce had an idea that was either brilliant or really terrible. Why not put on a fashion show using amateur models instead of professionals? They wanted to use mothers and daughters, fathers and babies, friends and boyfriends, people of all ages and sizes. “It’s not just a fashion show, it’s generations!” Gabbana told me in Milan last Sunday, an hour before the experiment hit the runway.The Dolce & Gabbana team had compiled a list of more than a hundred and twenty-five favorite clients of the fashion house, influential millennials with large social-media followings (“influencers”), members of royal families, and celebrity dynasties whom they wanted to participate. Harley Viera-Newton, a Los Angeles-based d.j., received her invitation via e-mail. “I wasn’t sure if it was real,” she told me. “It sounded crazy.” She was standing backstage, wearing a lacy black bustier under a robe. “I’m terrified,” she confided. On the runways, it has been a season of diversity and inclusivity. Earlier this month, a model walked the Yeezy New York show in a hijab, and plus-size models appeared at Michael Kors, Prabal Gurung, and on the March cover ofVogue. As Dolce discovered, the problem…