One of the men behind Herve Leger bandage dresses insisted Sunday that "voluptuous" women and lesbians should stay away from the skin-tight frocks. In an interview with The Daily Mail, Patrick Couderc, the UK managing director of the fashion line owned by the BCBG Max Azria Group, unloaded a list of types of women he believes shouldn't wear the bandage dress, a red carpet herve leger outlet favorite named for its strips of stretchy material.
His list of offenders includes "voluptuous" women, women with "very prominent hips and a very flat chest" and gay women."If you¡¯re a committed lesbian and you are wearing trousers all your life, you won¡¯t want to buy a Leger dress," he claimed. "Lesbians would want to be rather butch and leisurely."The body-shaming, homophobic comments obviously struck a nerve among women sick of companies telling them cheap herve leger dress which types of women can wear their clothes. Comedian Margaret Cho quickly slammed Couderc for his remarks and called for a boycott.Buy Herve Leger Outlet Online.
But now the man behind Herve Leger, the luxury label that created the $3000 bandage dress, has turned an interview into a rather offensive body-shaming attack.UK managing director Patrick Couderc told the Daily Mail that the red-carpet favourites were not for "voluptuous" women, women with "very prominent hips and a very flat chest" and gay women.
Not for curvy girls? Tell that to Kate Winslet, Kim Kardashian and Sofia Vergara, all of whom have worn the dress and looked rather marvellous in it."If you're a committed lesbian and you are wearing trousers all your life, you won't want to buy a Leger dress," Couderc added.
"Lesbians would want to be rather butch and leisurely."However he didn't stop with the generalisations there - he also alienated further client bases, including older women - who "should not display everything like you're 23" - and women who wear too-small undies.Couderc also revealed he refuses to give free dresses to celebrities if they are "judged to lack sufficient class".His homophobic comments cheap herve leger did not go down well, with women taking to social media to complain about his statements and even suggesting a Herve Leger boycott. Herve Leger boss will need his OWN bandages after saying that lesbians & voluptuous women r banned from wearing brand's iconic bandage dress
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