A revisit to the Christopher Kane story, with an update. First to recap, Christopher Kane dissed bloggers seemingly insinuating they do not belong in the front row of fashion shows, etc.
But he was given the chance to explain himself, if he so wished, when Grazia Daily .co.uk gave him a quick interview and that chance. It seems the message he really wants to get out there is "if you can't say anything nice ... add something nice anyway." His actual words were,
“You’re allowed to say what you want but sometimes the blogs that you [sic] read are really negative, and that’s what I meant to say, really. Sometimes it’s too negative for my liking and I think maybe [bloggers] could give someone a compliment or say something nice. But bloggers nowadays seem to be a bit negative. ... That’s all I meant to say.”
Here's the video of the brief conversation,
Well that's much nicer Chris, now we hope you happen to stumble upon us! ;-)
*Update* I've looked a bit into Grazia and oddly enough even though Christopher talks about them as though they're just one of "us(/them) blogs" (an excerpt I didn't include before, "but Grazia Daily seems to be really great and that’s really fun and Ten Blog who I sometimes edit with are always high and nice...") they actually are foremost a glossy magazine.
Le sigh! So what is it Chris, eh? Do you like any actual blogs for which you don't write? Come on now, learn something about us! (And British magazines to boot.)