From the looks of it, fashion designer Stefano Gabbana wasn't a fan of the Dior Couture show at Paris Fashion Week yesterday. Well, that's if his latest Instagram comments are anything to go by.
The 54-year-old designer - who is no stranger to falling out with fellow designers or celebrities on social media - commented on Italian journalist Anna Dello Russo's clip from the show on Instagram, posting: 'Ha sbagliato tutto come al solito.'
Which, when translated into English, means something along the lines of: 'She has gotten it all wrong as usual.'
We have to admit, it's the sheer simplicity and bluntness of the comment which makes it even more cutting.
The withering remark is presumed to be aimed at Dior designer, Maria Grazia Chiuri, and was first spotted by a fashion blogger with the Twitter handle '@redsequins' who helpfully posted the translation on Twitter.
Meanwhile, swathes of A-list stars appeared to enjoy the Dior show included Kirsten Dunst, Jennifer Lawrence, Robert Pattinson and Natalie Portman.
Gabbana - who has continued to cause controversy for regularly dressing First Lady Melania Trump - has previous beef with Miley Cyrus regarding his 'politics'.
When the singer called him out out on it on Instagram last month, Gabbana hit back: 'For your stupid comment never more work with him [Miley's model brother Braison Cyrus].
'We are Italian and we don't care about politics and mostly neither about the American one! We make dresses and if you think about doing politics with a post it's simply ignorant. We don't need your posts or comments so next time please ignore us!! #boycottdolcegabbana.'
Gabbana also enjoys posting Instagram images of D&G clothes next to apparent copycat designs, previously taking aim at Chanel and Moschino.
However, Stefano did put his hands up earlier this year and took responsibility for recreating Vivienne Westwood's 1989 SEX necklace for his own 2003 line with Domenico Dolce, saying both he and Dolce were 'stupid and ignorant'.
Honest as always, Stefano.