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If former Gucci chief executive officer Patrizio de Marco really does end up at Dolce & Gabbana — as many expect he will — he’ll have a diplomatic mission on his hands. Add Vogue Italia to the list of magazines banned by the company from its shows. While editor in chief Franca Sozzani had no comment on the issue, sources in Milan say Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana believe their clothes are not clearly visible in the pages of the magazine and have written off Vogue Italia. The designers, who famously feuded with Cathy Horyn when she was fashion critic of The New York Times (and they didn’t take too kindly to Guy Trebay’s work either), continue to ban the Times. W magazine is also unwelcome. Among those who continue to dwell deep inside Dolce’s expanding doghouse: WWD.