First Lady Melania Trump shined during the photoshoot at the White House, as the pictures were for a very special occasion. But it seems that there are still a few people who are not amazed by the beauty of our First Lady. Right after Melania finished the photo session, she and her fashion designer were viciously attacked out of nowhere.
Since Donald Trump got elected, and she took the stage as a First Lady, Melania has faced many battles with the liberals. So many angry citizens refuse to accept her, as a First Lady, and her designers. They think that it was a bigger honor to dress Michelle Obama instead of the beautiful Melania. Many fashion designers publicly slandered Melania, saying that she would be an embarrassment to their designs.
In her most recent photoshoot for the official White House photography, Melania wore Dolce & Gabbana black suit and scarf. She looked PERFECT! Everyone was talking about her outfit. The designer was privileged to be part of Melania’s photo that will go down in history, but the liberals think differently.
Right after the photoshoot, both Melania and her fashion designer were attacked by hateful liberals who can’t appreciate pure class. They started with Melania and how she overused airbrush, and she supposedly was not nearly as classy as Michelle was. Her designer was attacked because he proudly accepted to be a part of Melania’s outfit.
Stefano Gabbana responded to the critics, rather than acting a coward boycotting the first pair, and he instantly became among the most beloved designers among the conservatives. His response will leave you speechless.
The proud designer of Melania, told his critics to “go to hell.”
“In a post to his Instagram account, the 54-year-old Italian designer proudly displayed the First Lady’s official portrait — released by the White House on Monday — which featured Trump wearing a D&G blazer.” His brutal response to his critics made him a target of attacks, for which he responded with a knockout punch to all those with their mouth – wide open.
“So you have lost a follower, and worst, an admirer,” Instagram user, @_boyafraid_ commented on the designer’s post. “[I] don’t care!! Really,” Gabbana replied, followed with “vai a cagare,” or “go to hell” in Italian.
Gabbana joins the designers who proudly accepted to dress the classiest First Lady. He among with Tommy Hilfiger and Diane von Furstenburg will be working on an incredible woman, and enjoy the pride.