Sir Elton John is boycotting Dolce & Gabbana along with Ricky Martin and Ryan Murphy after the company's two founding designers publicly expressed negative views on gay parenting. ET was with celebrity stylist Phillip Bloch and celebrity photographer Nigel Barker who weighed in on the controversy.
"Over the weekend I was at a party full of fashion insiders and it was all anyone was talking about. What were you hearing? Boycott," Barker said. "People are willing to boycott Dolce & Gabbana. They are feeling strongly about this. I feel like you have to draw a line like what side are you on."
"The fashion world was just mortified," Bloch told ET. "I would definitely not put somebody in Dolce & Gabanna right now. This isn't a ban for life. Hopefully they will learn and they'll be educated and I'm sure they'll probably do some advertising campaign based around it after this."
The controversy originated from comments that Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana gave to the Italian magazine Panorama.