Karl Lagerfeld has really shitty opinions about a #MeToo movement, and he DESPERATELY wants we to know what they are.
In an talk for Numero Magazine, Lagerfeld got right to a heart of a matter with talk Philip Utz, and it ain’t pretty.
“What shocks me many in all of this are a starlets who have taken 20 years to remember what happened. Not to discuss a fact there are no charge witnesses.”
And he goes on to impugn a reasons for that women have come out recently (below), referencing a conditions in that stylist Karl Templer was indicted of passionate bungle by models who claimed he “aggressively pulled down their underwear though seeking them” in a square published behind in Feb in a Boston Globe:
“I review somewhere that now we contingency ask a indication if she is gentle with posing. It’s simply too much, from now on, as a designer, we can’t do anything. It’s unbelievable. If we don’t wish your pants pulled about, don’t turn a model! Join a nunnery, there’ll always be a place for we in a convent. They’re recruiting even!”
Wow. Thoughts, Perezcious readers?!
A overpass too distant on this one, no? We know Lagerfeld is no foreigner to controversy, though come on, man…
[Image around News Pictures/WENN.]