Donatella Versace

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The internet is here for Donatella Versace’s relatable Vogue interview

She really loves 'The Shape of Water.'

 

Tiffany Kelly

Internet Culture

Published Feb 1, 2018   Updated May 22, 2021, 2:28 am CDT

Donatella Versace is a fan of The Shape of Water, the Obamas, and magazines. She dislikes criticism and minimalism. And she “absolutely” considers herself a feminist.

In an interview recently published on Vogue‘s YouTube channel, the Versace fashion designer bluntly responded to 73 questions about her personal life and beliefs. Vogue has used this video interview format with dozens of celebrities, but this is perhaps the best one so far. Watch below:

She mentions The Shape of Water twice! She blends four different perfumes! She thinks sustainability will save humanity! She describes her personal style as “very personal”!

But the comment that attracted the most attention was when the interviewer asks Donatella what she would do if she wasn’t running Versace. “Having a nervous breakdown, probably,” she replies in a deadpan tone.

The internet found Donatella relatable and funny.

https://twitter.com/RelatableQuote/status/958927588315058176

https://twitter.com/lizzygranvt/status/959044960287850496

https://twitter.com/bleuvaIentine/status/958919331596963846

The interview was released on the same day that The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story began airing on FX, which covers the murder of Donatella’s brother, Gianni Versace. Penélope Cruz plays Donatella Versace in the series.

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*First Published: Feb 1, 2018, 11:46 am CST