So proud was fashion designer Stefano Gabbana about the fact that Melania Trump is wearing a Dolce & Gabbana blazer in her first official portrait as our country’s first lady that he posted it to his Instagram account after the portrait was released by the White House on Monday.
“BEAUTIFUL,” Gabbana, 54, wrote in the post. “#DGWoman.”
Social media critics began bashing Mrs. Trump as if on cue, sending Gabbana on the defensive, wherein he even retorted to one Trump-hater, “Vai a cagare,” which means, “Go to hell” in Italian.
“So you have lost a follower, and worst, an admirer,” said one Instagram user.
“[I] don’t care!! Really,” the designer replied.
Gabbana has been dressing the first lady, along with designers Tommy Hilfiger and Diane von Furstenberg. Out of disrespect to her husband, Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs famously stated that they would not design for Melania Trump.
Gabbana publicly observed, “How many stupid and ignorant people r on Instagram!” before those who didn’t like his posts unfollowed him.
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