This. Is. Epic. You know that some on the left will try to ‘re-educate’ them.
This is really going to get the leftists upset.
Dolce & Gabbana have split in their personal relationship but still work closely together in their business partnership. That will not change.
Nor will the business continue without them.
‘Once we’re dead, we’re dead. I don’t want a Japanese designer to start designing Dolce & Gabbana,’, founder Domenico Dolce told Italy’s Corriere della Sera.
Along with former partner Stefano Gabbana – they split in 2005 – the veteran fashionistas have rejected numerous takeover bids since the brand was founded in 1985, and continue to work extremely closely together on projects.
And the childless pair, who infamously rejected the notion of same sex families despite their sexuality, insist their company will not be passed on to any relatives, or sold to the highest bidder once they step down.
Instead the brand will simply cease to exist.
‘When we split up, we said to ourselves that it was better to divide up everything, because if I took a blow to the head the next day he would have found himself dealing with someone not involved in the industry, like for example my cousin, who could ruin the business,’ Gabbana, also 55, explained.
‘We have created a trust neither of us can touch.‘
The pair are riding high on a wave of long running critical and commercial acclaim, and recently saw their company turnover rise by nine per cent to $1.296 billion, with a new profit of nearly $100 million.
But the haters are still gonna hate, despite their success.
The duo got into some hot water in 2015 when they said that they believed in the traditional family as the best way to raise children and called children that were conceived using IVF ‘synthetic’.
Here is what they said in 2015:
‘We oppose gay adoptions. The only family is the traditional one.
‘No chemical offsprings and rented uterus: life has a natural flow, there are things that should not be changed.‘
The childless pair, who both have new partners, made it clear their brand would not be passed on to any relatives because procreation ‘must be an act of love’, but neither were able to love a woman.
Dolce said in the interview with Italy’s Panorama magazine: ‘You are born to a mother and a father – or at least that’s how it should be.’
‘I call children of chemistry, synthetic children. Rented uterus, semen chosen from a catalog.’
Gabbana added: ‘The family is not a fad. In it there is a supernatural sense of belonging.’
Source: Daily Mail
It doesn’t seem as though Dolce was talking about children conceived through IVF that were from a traditional two-parent family, but rather children that were conceived using surrogacy and donors — especially for gay couples.
These bros are badass.
I know, that’s hard to imagine.
But they are badass in their own way.
They mocked the haters that were boycotting their brand for agreeing to dress First Lady Melania Trump by creating their own Boycott Dolce & Gabbana shirts:
That. Is. Badass.
We appreciate you taking a stand for the traditional family and what is best for children.
Too many wussified ‘conservatives’ and even some that are Christian wouldn’t defend the traditional family the way that they did.
Brava, Dolce & Gabbana, Brava!
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