Nicola Formichetti is telling his fans on Facebook, "dont believe everything you read on line [sic]," after some quotes of his from W's new profile of him by David Colman made the rounds. Formichetti, the Mugler creative director and stylist to Lady Gaga, spoke to W about starting out as a stylist. The story reads:
One shoot, which involved dressing a rock band, was particularly unfortunate. “I was only used to dressing models and skinny kids,” he recalled. “And I turned up and it was, like, three fat guys. I just left. That was the last time I tried to work with fat people. I think one of them was Ali G’s brother. It was so ghetto.”
Formichetti responded on Facebook by posting photos from the plus-size issue he worked on for V magazine. Under one, he writes, "i know i should just leave it but ... i really hate when writers just write whatever they want ... 'i dont work with fat people ... ' why would someone say such a thing?!" And under another: "you dont need to be skinny to look gorgeous!!! heres another favourite picture i created for v magazine. dont believe everything you read on line please..."