Today in Fashion: Scrawny Man is Out; D&G’s Tax Problems

The male ideal in fashion and advertising has returned to a more traditional masculine look: “The twink thing seems over,” said Jim Nelson, the editor of GQ. [Times Styles]

The tax evasion investigation into Dolce & Gabbana has been finalized, but charges could still be brought against them and other employees of the company. [Vogue UK]

Black Swan, the ballet drama starring Natalie Portman, will feature designs by the Rodarte sisters. [WWD]

Meanwhile, New Yorkers are baffled by Rodarte‘s $500 hand-crocheted socks trend. [NY Post]

Carla Bruni-Sarkozy was denied access to the Pope this month due to her racy modeling past. [Vogue UK]