So some days back, a pair of embellished Dolce & Gabbana women’s sneakers which was shared by Stefano Gabbana, co-founder of the Italian fashion house was raising serious dust 'cos of the write up on the sneakers. The shoes are covered in spikes, studs and scribbles, one of which reads “I’m thin & gorgeous.” But some of the comments from users were not friendly at all..see below
kiitten_kiss@saywhattttttttttttttttttttttt your comment makes zero sense. Yes thin is gorgeous to some people, like fat is beautiful to some people....
golgol1949People, learn to respect others. There's nothing offending to upset anyone. There's more to this than meets the eyes! Relax and enjoy a work of art
alexxandrasmxoSo if he would have wrote " fat and gorgeous " it would have been an inspiring movement right ? 😂typical hypocritical fat feminist
email@example.com Hmmm maybe the bullying comes from malcontents who come to someone's page to lecture on how "Thin and gorgeous" is so offensive. Perhaps staying off the page would prevent the snowflakes from felling bullied. Look at you, calling someone "old". Isn't that being ageist and attempting to insult someone on their own page? Talk about a bully!
simonavstoyanova@alexxandrasmxo nailed it 😄
hastanahihuman and gorgeus
tatzukApparently thin people can't be proud of their bodies anymore. Only fat is accepted now.
eevakv@stefanogabbana Being thin doesn't automatically exclude you havin a cholesterol. You should at least know that much when you start calling people names.
superbrillaComplimenti Signore Gabbana 🤘🏼@stefanogabbana
davidgcarpioSon bonitas. ..😒😷
amazonprimeassbitchTf is this
So footwear news did a post on the issue here and below is Gabbana's response to the happenings surrounding the post..Savage response