The Kmart Karl Lagerfeld, Stefano Gabbana (seen above serving us with a case of Boca Raton Pepaw checking the mail for his social security check), is known for spending just as much time stirring his vat of shit soup as he does behind the sewing machine, so it should come as no surprise when he lashes at so much as a cute litter of kittens and labels them as fugly pussies. This week, Stefano bared his fangs in the direction of Selena Gomez, and her squad of Selenators told the Beyhive and the Swifties to hold their juice boxes. They had an Italian rat to exterminate.
People says Stefano commented on an Instagram post on The Catwalk Italia’s feed that showed Selena in a variety of red dresses, asking followers which red dress was their fave. Stefano appeared to like the red carpet underneath Selena’s shoes as his favorite dress because he remarked, “è proprio brutta,” or, “she’s so ugly” in Italian.
The Italian Regina George’s dress commentary naturally set off a wave of Team Selena reactions. If you scroll through the comments on that post, one fan says nobody cares about the “lame ass brand.” Others pulled the “I know you are, but what am I” line of defense, which always worked for me in the playground. Us Weekly says Tommy Dorfmann, a star on 13 Reasons Why, stood up for his executive director friend:
“@stefanobabbana you’re tired and over. your homophobic, misogynistic, body-shaming existence will not thrive in 2018. it is no longer tolerable or chic. please take many seats.”
Stefano just dissed Kate Moss on the same Instagram account for a Saint Laurent outfit she was rocking. Both Selena and Kate have worn Dolce & Gabbana in the past, but I have a feeling there are some Goodwill locations about to get a hefty donation box of couture! As you all might remember, it isn’t just lady-dissing that Stefano likes to do to pass time. He and business partner/fellow gay Domenico Dolce spoke out against gay adoption or IVF in 2015, calling it unnatural, which is kind of funny since I don’t think someone who posts this on social media has any room to cast any stones about what constitutes as natural:
That being said, Stefano doesn’t exactly seem to give a rat’s ass.
He and Domenico dressed Melania Trump, and then started hawking $245 “#BoycottDolceGabbana” shirts in response to people criticizing them for doing so. That’s not a real award, but I’m sure it’s only a matter of time. Stefano has also posted this to Instagram when people thought he was being mean:
A hater colonic against anyone who speaks against him! Grossly overcharging for Hanes T-Shirts! Donald Trump, when did you start pumping your face with even more Botox, move to Italy, and start designing clothes on the side?!