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Discussion in 'In the News...' started by stylegurrl, Aug 12, 2004.
Freedom of press is important.
Let's ban Giorgio.
This is interesting, thanks. It just underlines how difficult it is for the mainstream fashion press to be critical or try to be objective about major designers. Armani should stop having pretentions of creativity - his time as a creative force has come and gone. He should be content making pot-loads of money from rich-b*tches and chavs.
blah...i bet he gets a good review next season. the press is just a clever way for media companies to make money.
I agree. Who does he think he is?
Bad, bad commercial move!
You think he cares? It's ego at this point.
Sorry, but his ego doesn't sell...
he doesn't need to sell any longer. he is a multi-multi-millionare.
companies do this stuff ALL the time
If he didn't want to sell, he wouldn't make any commercial, let alone stilll be in business, would he?
Millionaire? Oh baby, haven't you heard? He's worth upwards of 2 billion dollars.
he's notorious for doing this...editors are always stuck trying to figure out how to work in his bad clothes to satisfy the editorial credits expected...
money is power...
i wonder if that writer got raked over the coals for the unfavorable reiew that cost the paper some $$$$...
how could this kind of thing be stopped? I hate fat-cat economics.
its so third world.
absolutely everyone would have to stop cheating at the same time...it's unrealistic ...it really feels like these days the only way to compete is to play the game...otherwise you don't stand a chance...integrity seems to have gone out the window...
personal pride and morals do not hold the same value they once did...
the price of success has gone up...
why the F does he even care that much? god..like hes not a millianare anyways, whats ONE review to him?
it's the new york times....everyone STILL reads the new york times. it's not like it's some small neighborhood publication.