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Stefano Gabbana says he and Domenico Dolce are being "crucified like thieves" by the Italian government, which recently convicted the pair in a €400 million tax evasion case. Dolce says if the judgment stands, the company will be forced to close its doors. "We are good people, we live in Italy we pay taxes in Italy, we don't pretend to live abroad," continued Gabbana. Makes perfect sense, then, that Page Six reports Gabbana is looking at a $60 million penthouse apartment in New York City. [Telegraph, Page Six]