December 23, 2011 by staff
The Dutch fashion mag’s editor Eva Hoeke initially called the incident a bad “joke,” but now publisher Yves Gijrath is claiming that there was “nothing wrong” with the language used.
Gijrath explained, “[Hoeke] presented it as a joke, but it most certainly was not a joke. It was an interpretation [of style]. She should have said, ‘We did not realize this interpretation is such a touchy subject. We never meant any harm and offer our sincere and upright apologies.’”
“But because of all the fuss, Eva started to wiggle in all directions, and therefore we have come to the conclusion her credibility has been undermined,” he added.
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