Over the weekend Italian designer Roberto Cavalli poured out all his bitter emotions about Vogue editor Anna Wintour and the fashion industry in a long Twitter rant! Find out what's all the drama about!

Omigod! Roberto Cavalli is definitely the funniest and most outspoken fashion force you have to follow on Twitter. By joining this social networking site the laureate designer wanted to offer an insight into contemporary fashion industry. Take a peek behind the curtains and listen to Roberto Cavalli who speaks out against Anna Wintour in the Twitter messages below. Moreover, the style godfather reveals his opinion about American fashion in an interview offered to 'D' magazine.

We find out that Mr. Cavalli thinks that trends in the US are "terrible[...]almost can’t even look at it,[...]has been driven by a great journalist, Anna Wintour, who wants all women to be like her and to dress the way she does." The series of intriguing tweets you see below are a continuation of his confession about Anna Wintour and her colleagues who contribute to the development of modern fashion industry in America.

Roberto Cavalli Twitter Rant Anna Wintour

Roberto Cavalli claimed that, “When I create a dress I want it to emphasise the femininity of a woman at all times; and so as with designing for the home, I try to identify the character of the people I’m designing for.” (DailyMail)

Skim through these telltale tweets offered by Roberto Cavalli to make sure you find out more about the relationship between some of the most influential personalities from the world of fashion. Our favorite style creator is definitely ready to confront designers who may not be considered that prophetic as the ones who contribute to the development of Italian or French fashion. Marc Jacobs and Anna Wintour are only some of the names he mentions in his tweets.

If you want to stay up-to-date with the greatest fears and fun messages of Roberto Cavalli, follow him on Twitter.

Roberto Cavalli Speaks Out

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