Savanna Chrisley is coming to the defense of Kylie Jenner after she claims the designer who recently attacked the make-up mogul is guilty of treating people poorly too — after refusing to dress her for an event.
The ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ star took to Instagram to post a scathing message about designer Michael Costello who she claims wouldn’t dress her for an event because she ‘wasn’t famous enough.’
In her message, Savannah explains she had the same experience as ‘Vanderpump Rules’ star Lala Kent, saying Costello wouldn’t work with them because they were not famous enough for him!
“Y’all… Designer Michael Costello is currently bashing @kyliejenner for not giving credit to certain designers. And then @lalakent came forward saying Michael refused to dress her because she wasn’t “famous enough.” And HE DID THE SAME THING TO ME FOR AN NBC EVENT!! Wouldn’t dress me because I just wasn’t famous enough for him. It’s truly so sad. But then @waltercollection dressed me in this gorgeous design and made me feel so much better!! ????” she wrote on Instagram.
As we reported, Costello blasted Kylie Jenner after she posted a stunning photo from her 23rd birthday party, giving credit to designer Oliver Rousteing for making her “the most perfect bday dress.”
Costello ripped into Jenner on social media, responding to the post with, “Thank you Oliver for the perfect bday dress. And thank you to the no-name designers who work tirelessly around the clock on custom looks who she won’t tag, mention or @ . . . Unless it’s paid.”
He continued, about his own designs, “As Kylie only wears something from me once a year and I’m lucky if i get a decent pic to post. But it’s sad that designers work so so so so hard on these opportunities to dress these gorgeous popular women and they only tag the major high-end designers like Oliver but forget about the other ones … why not tag at least one? Not all the time but maybe once in a while.”
“I’m tired of privileged celebrities and influencers with millions of followers who will only mention, tag or credit a few designers who pay them. It is not right that they also demand thousands of other designers, who are just as equally if not more talented, to drop everything at a call to make them pieces that end up being rack fillers,” Costello told Page Six.
But, it appears Chrisley is now the second celebrity to accuse Costello of the same type of treatment of those who are not such ‘privileged’ celebrities like reality stars.
So, far Costello has not responded to Chrisley or Kent.