By  on December 11, 2008

MILAN — Stefano Gabbana has a problem — he’s always been averse to eating bright red strawberries in the winter. So the designer is convinced that a fur coat sitting in a store window in the sweltering heat of July or a chiffon top and cotton miniskirt beckoning to customers on a foggy November day doesn’t make sense, either.

The same goes for magazine shoots and ad campaigns that show skimpy swimsuits during ski season or a sexy dress on the cover that can only be bought two months later when it’s available in stores.

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