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Laws of Fashion

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Prada is still under investigation by Italian prosecutors for possible tax evasion, despite Miuccia Prada and co.'s move back to Italy last month and the promise to pay 420 million euros in backdated tax. The luxury retailer had argued that they misinterpreted Italian tax law, but the continued probe means the company is not yet off the hook. [Bloomberg]