Dolce & Gabbana is caught in a pro-Russian scandal: Kirkorov shows how the brand and its guests respect Putinists

Dolce & Gabbana warmly welcomed Putinists at the show

The well-known pro-Putin singer Philip Kirkorov recently attended the Dolce & Gabbana show in Italy in the company of his Putinist friends and showed how the fashion house welcomes Russians. They got front row tickets, fashion designer Domenico Dolce shook hands with a Putin fan, and the guests had a nice conversation with fans of the Ukrainian genocide.

Kirkorov shared eloquent photos on his blog. According to him, the evening was held in a warm atmosphere, where the elite of the fashion industry was not at all embarrassed by the presence of pro-Putin artists and designers (to see the photos, scroll to the bottom of the page).

The singer called Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana "his friends" and spoke about the celebrity guests he introduced to Russian designers, blogger Victoria Shelyagova and his protégé, Moldovan singer Natalia Gordienko.


"My friends Domenico and Stefano always surprise their clients. Olive groves around an ancient castle. But the most important jewel of this evening is the guests! I was glad to meet my friends, partners and D&G connoisseurs," the Putinist boasted.


He diligently kissed the hands of the celebrity guests, including Oscar-winning British actress Helen Mirren, who had previously expressed her support for Ukraine.


After the formal part, the Russians and other stars were invited to join the gala dinner. It is worth noting that Kirkorov has been collaborating with Dolce & Gabbana designers for years.

As OBOZREVATEL previously wrote, TV presenter Lesya Nikitiuk publicly shamed Dolce & Gabbana for continuing to work with the Putinist. The showgirl urged fans to leave the hashtag #russiaisaterroriststate on the brand's social media page, but the comments were soon closed.

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