Dolce & Gabbana designer calls blogger Chiara Ferragni 'cheap' on her wedding day

Chiara Ferragni is escorted down the aisle at her wedding. (Photo: Instagram courtesy chiaraferragni)
Chiara Ferragni is escorted down the aisle at her wedding. (Photo: Instagram courtesy chiaraferragni)

High end Italian designer Stefano Gabbana is back at it.

Half of the Dolce & Gabbana fashion house is insulting women on Instagram again. This time he called a woman “cheap” on her wedding day.

Let’s catch up quickly. Fashion blogger Chiara Ferragni, who is also the face of Lancôme cosmetics, married Fedez, Italian rapper who was born Federico Leonardo Lucia, on Saturday in a glamorous ceremony.

For her wedding weekend, in what might be the ultimate influencer move, the couple flew friends and family on private Alitalia flights branded with their hashtag #TheFerragnez to Sicily.

The bride wore three Dior gowns during the ceremony and reception, including the classic, high-necked Grace Kelly–inspired long-sleeved dress that Gabbana found it necessary to call cheap on her wedding day.

A screen capture of Gabbana’s comment.

Photo: Instagram
Photo: Instagram

The Italian designer also caused an uproar in June — and a flurry of angry tweets from fans — after it emerged that he had posted a comment calling Selena Gomez “so ugly” in response to the Catwalk Italia’s tribute to the pop star and actress’s red carpet looks.

While Ferragni isn’t as famous as Gomez, she’s a powerhouse in her own right.

She once was a law student, but is better known now as a “super-influencer” and the founder of the Blonde Salad empire (now studied as a Harvard Business School case study).

Insane 💘 #TheFerragnez

A post shared by Chiara Ferragni (@chiaraferragni) on Sep 3, 2018 at 6:24am PDT

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