The site will sell men’s and women’s clothing and accessories and will be available in seven languages, Milan- based Dolce & Gabbana said today in a statement. Delivery will be free for the first three months.
A Chinese version of the store, serving 400 cities in the Asian country, will follow on Aug. 8, the company said.
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