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A Streaker Crashed Dolce & Gabbana's Greek-Themed Runway

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A streaker graced the Dolce & Gabbana menswear runway in Milan over the weekend, just as Stefano and Domenico finished their bow. No one seems to know why, but many have suggested that it's meaningful commentary on the designer's sentencing. We do know, however, that the collection was inspired by Greek mythology, and the Greeks were all about dropping trou.

Streaking happens at 1:14 in the video below, followed by soccer-style announcer exclamations including "Suzy Menkes won't like that!" (well done, Dandy Diary). In fact, Suzy Menkes wasn't there, and neither was Cathy Horyn. But Horyn did say, "By the way, there was a streaker at Dolce & Gabbana. I didn't see him myself, but apparently he exposed himself as the designers were finishing their bow. If you look closely—oh, don't bother." Zing.

· Stranded in Milan [On the Runway]