Sophie Theallet, a fashion designer who used to dress up previous first lady Michelle Obama wrote a controversial letter in which she openly showed her hatred against the first lady Melania Trump. The letter was issued few days ago clearly showing her resistance to dress Melania, also encouraging other designers to refuse the same offer.
However, when you see things as they are, there is no real need for someone to dress Melania as she is clearly very talented in choosing her right clothing for proper happenings.
Sophia has widely shown her political orientations and shoved her professional attitude away. Looking chilidish, she just threw an amazing chance away. There is nothing left to say, only to recognize Liberals pathetic action in desperation originated by Hillary Clinton’s lost.
“As one who celebrates and strives for diversity, individual freedom and respect for all lifestyles, I will not participate in dressing or associating in any way with the next first lady,” Theallet wrote, according to The Hill.
“The rhetoric of racism, sexism and xenophobia unleashed by her husband’s presidential campaign are incompatible with the shared values we live by,” she added. “I encourage my fellow designers to do the same.”
Theallet’s bizarre decision was widely criticized by many fashion designers.
“It would be hypocritical to say no to dressing a Trump,” Marcus Wainwright of Rag & Bone told The New York Times. “If we say we are about inclusivity and making American manufacturing great again, then we have to put that before personal political beliefs.”
Celebrity designer Bradley Scott agreed. “First lady is first lady. It’s a position that should be exalted not disrespected,” he told Fox News. “I can’t believe anyone would basically spit at the opportunity. It’s so un-American.”
There is no doubt that Melania Trump doesn’t need a fashion designer to dress herself. However there are plenty of US top designers that would give everything to have a chance to dress the gorgeous Melania.
What are your toughts about this Liberal designer? Do you think it is moral to act like this?