John Galliano for example, has been welcomed back into the glossy pages of British Vogue this month, despite the drink and drug fuelled anti-Semitic rant that saw him dismissed from Dior, legally prosecuted and shunned by the likes of Natalie Portman.
Karl Lagerfeld. Despite his controversial comments pushing some Parisienne's to legal action, for most of us, his musings have become a popular culture phenomenon, bandied about while we all gush over his latest Chanel collection.
Kanye West? Naomi Campbell before her 'anger management'? The creepy case of Terry Richardson?
All examples of behaviour that'd probably leave you fuming.
Perez Hilton, even though he's now repented and changed his ways, made a career out of being a showbiz bitch, floated by the fact he got the gossip out fast with a sprinkling of wit.
Scott Disick. The funniest thing on Keep Up With The Kardashians?
So naturally, when The Lord sabotaged a runway show earlier this month, all Twitter had to say was 'isn't he looking good?' Diddums to the designer he tried to pull off the stage.
Hence our question. Is it okay to be offensive these days? So long as you're really good at something else too?
JOHN GALLIANO BACK IN VOGUE. IS ALL FORGIVEN?
ARE YOU OFFENDED BY KARL LAGERFELD?
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