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Did London department store Selfridges demote Dolce & Gabbana from "Superbrand" to "Regular Brand"? According to a report in today's WWD, Selfridges and Dolce & Gabbana have parted ways—allegedly because the luxury fashion house is unhappy with its brands' placements in the department store. We're going to take a stab and guess that Selfridges has moved Dolce & Gabbana out of its Superbrands wing—a dedicated section of the store that houses labels including Balenciaga and Marni. "We constantly seek to improve the diversity and presentation of our brand portfolio and address the demands of our ever-revolving fashion and accessories departments," a rep told WWD. "To this end we have found that we are unable to accommodate Dolce & Gabbana and D&G in our mix going forward." Zing! [WWD]