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Designer blame for misrepresenting magazine interview

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Nicola Formichetti told his Facebook fans, " do not believe everything you read on the Internet ", after a few fragments of the interview he did with David Colman for publication were published. Formichetti, creative director of Mugler (French fashion brand) and Lady Gaga stylist, spoke with W magazine about his beginnings in fashion. The interview says:

" At a photo shoot, I had to dress a rock band, which was very unfortunate. He was used to working with models and thin children. And when I saw the band, there were 3 big boys. I fled. That was the last time I tried to work with fat people. "

The designer said in a peculiar way, uploading photos to Facebook from a session he did for the U.S. fashion magazine V. As image title, stylist wrote " I know I should not take importance to these things, but... I hate when writers invent and say what they want... why someone would assert such a thing? ". Another wrote, "you need not be thin to look spectacular ! Here is another picture I did for V magazine. "

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    Nicola Formichetti told his Facebook fans, " do not believe everything you read on the Internet ", after a few fragments of the interview he did with David Colman for publication were published. Formichetti, creative director of Mugler (French fashion brand) and Lady Gaga stylist, spoke with W magazine about his beginnings in fashion. The interview says:

    " At a photo shoot, I had to dress a rock band, which was very unfortunate. He was used to working with models and thin children. And when I saw the band, there were 3 big boys. I fled. That was the last time I tried to work with fat people. "

    The designer said in a peculiar way, uploading photos to Facebook from a session he did for the U.S. fashion magazine V. As image title, stylist wrote " I know I should not take importance to these things, but... I hate when writers invent and say what they want... why someone would assert such a thing? ". Another wrote, "you need not be thin to look spectacular ! Here is another picture I did for V magazine. "

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