Julia Fox Defends Walking In An Alexander Wang Fashion Show

February 13, 2023 / Posted by:

In 2020, eleven men and transgender women accused Alexander Wang of sexual assault. 39-year-old Alexander initially denied everything, but, as more people came forward, he released a statement saying that, while “we disagree with some of the details of these personal interactions”, he regretted his actions and would do better in the future. If “doing better” means laying low for awhile, then quietly returning to the fashion world like nothing happened, congrats, A-Wang! You’re all better now! Last week, the designer threw his first fashion show in New York City since the allegations broke. And guess who walked in it? A bunch of models “who lacked size diversity” (according to USA Today) and TikTok it girl/Uncut Jahms star Julia Fox. A match made in heaven, considering Julia’s penchant for super problematic FASHUN types.

Following the fashion show, titled “Cupid’s Door,” Julia filmed a stupid little interview with influencer Nikita Dragun for the official Alexander Wang TikTok account:

https://www.tiktok.com/@alexanderwangny/video/7198014872645340459?lang=en

Insider reports that some TikTok-ers were not impressed with Julia’s support of Alexander Wang. They wrote comments like, “NOO JULIAAA NOT ALEXANDER WANG”, and “Julia doesn’t walking for Alexander Wang go against everything you stand for?” Julia responded to that last one, writing:

2b frank I love cancel culture but we do need to leave room for rehabilitation & for those who put in the work & heal & learn from their mistakes

Soon, the comment was deleted. Maybe by Julia, maybe the designer’s TikTok team. But Julia die-hards (there are many) were pissed, including Twitter’s julia fox fan updates:

Alexander Wang’s New York show was the second one since those sexual assault allegations. His first was in L.A. last April. Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima, Candice Swanepoel, and Amelia Gray Hamlin (aka Lisa “Succubus” Rinna’s daughter) walked the runway. Less than a year and a half before that, the first accusations about Alexander came out via the Instagram accounts Diet Prada and Shit Model Management:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CJXEfCDlQzm/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=52e1c773-311f-4b44-9f23-78e1468c0f0c

Accuser Nick Ward told Insider that Alexander grabbed his crotch during a DJ set in New York in 2017, while he was walking by in a group of people:

“As he was passing, he swung, squeezed me, and kept walking,” Ward’s statement continued. “They were moving pretty quickly through, so by the time I realized what happened, I just announced to my friend, ‘That guy just grabbed my dick,’ and they’re all like, ‘That was Alexander Wang.'”

Owen Mooney took to TikTok to tell a similar story about getting groped by Alexander at a club. At first, the designer denied, denied, denied, and posted this message to Instagram:

“I’d like to take the opportunity to connect directly with the people who have followed and supported the brand and me over the years and address the recent false, fabricated and mostly anonymous accusations against me,” Wang wrote in the now-deleted post. “These baseless allegations were started on social media by sites which repeatedly disregarded the value and importance of evidence or fact checking.”

A couple of months later, he issued an “apology” (is it a real apology if you question the validity of your accusers’ “details”?):

https://www.instagram.com/p/CMLVPhJpnJB/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=5079a96b-74b3-4354-8a33-f2250c232d4b

Lawyer Lisa Bloom represented all eleven accusers. The day after Alexander posted that second statement to Instagram, Lisa confirmed the designer and his team had met up with her clients, who “had the opportunity to speak their truth to him and expressed their pain and hurt.” She added that they “acknowledge Mr. Wang’s apology and we are moving forward.” When asked if there had been a monetary settlement, Lisa declined to comment. Some think the accusers would have gotten a six or seven-figure pay-out, and been made to sign NDAs. This makes a lot of sense, since none of the eleven have said shit since March 2021.

It’s a good thing Julia Fox loves cancel culture, cuz, in some peoples’ eyes, her support of Alexander Wang is a cancellable offense. julia fox fan updates was so devastated, they officially ended their account.

Rest in peace, julia fox fan updates. And long live Ana de Armas Updates!

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