Italian 'County of Milan' designer Marcelo Burlon apologizes after calling Madonna a 'human toilet'

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@marceloburlon proving to be human garbage. Yesterday in Facebook post, the designer captioned a photo set of @madonna wearing the brand. An approximate translation reads: “And the time finally came that Madonna, la cessa, wore County [of Milan]. I want to guarantee that nobody has given her anything for free, but that she paid with your money.” “La cessa”, is an Italian slang word that basically means human toilet or to say that someone is ugly as f**k. After deleting the Facebook post, Burlon began publicizing those same photos on Instagram stories 🙄🤮. Dieters, time to file him and his brand along with the other woman-shaming misogynist designers (Stefano and Philipp Plein, we’re looking at you). Swipe ▶️ for his lame ass apology plus some cringey hypocrisy. • #marceloburloncountyofmilan #marceloburlon #countyofmilan #mfw #milanfashionweek #menswear #mensfashion #streetstyle #hypebeast #streetwear #misogyny #misogynist #hypocrite #lame #garbage #jerk #loser #madonna #madge #hoodie #sweatpants #logo #graffiti #wiwt #ootd #airportstyle #dietprada

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An Italian designer has issued a public apology after writing what's been called a 'vile' and 'misogynistic' Facebook post about Madonna.

On June 16, the 60-year-old singer was photographed arriving at JFK airport in a colorful outfit by the brand County of Milan.

Superstar - Brand - Director - Marcelo - Burlon

But rather than be thrilled that an international superstar was wearing and publicizing his brand, creative director Marcelo Burlon wrote on Facebook to express disappointment — and referred to Madonna as 'la cessa,' an Italian slang term that means 'human toilet.'

Madonna was pictured on Sunday wearing the brand from head to toe. Photographers caught her at the airport in a pair of black sweatpants and a matching hoodie, both covered in a colorful design of stick figures and children's drawings.

June - Weather - New - York - Bulky

Despite the hot and humid June weather in New York, she layered these with a bulky coat and socks with sandals.

When Burlon saw the images, he quickly shared a gallery of them on Facebook — with a less-than-flattering message.

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'And the time finally came that Madonna, la cessa, wore County [of Milan],' he wrote in Italian.

'I want to guarantee that nobody has given her anything for free, but that she paid with your money.'

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The Instagram account Diet Prada soon noticed the post and shared it, explaining that calling someone 'la cessa' is the equivalent of saying she's a 'human toilet' or 'ugly as f***.'

Diet Prada wrote: '@marceloburlon proving to be human garbage. Yesterday in Facebook post, the designer captioned a photo set of @madonna wearing the brand.

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'After deleting the Facebook post, Burlon began publicizing those same photos on Instagram stories.

'Dieters, time to file him and his brand along with the other woman-shaming misogynist designers (Stefano and Philipp Plein, we’re looking at you).

Post - Hashtags - Misogyny - Misogynist - Hypocrite

The post also included the hashtags #misogyny, #misogynist, #hypocrite, #lame, #garbage, #jerk, and #loser.

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