"We don't judge on IVF", say Dolce & Gabbana

(AGI) Washington, March 18 - After an uproar over theircomments in which they referred to children born through invitro fertilisation (IVF) as "chemistry children" and"synthetic children," Italian fashion designers Stefano Gabbanaand Domenico Dolce explained their statements to CNN. In anexclusive interview on Wednesday, Dolce said his views on IVFwere private, personal beliefs based on his sense of atraditional Sicilian family. "I believe in the traditionalfamily," he said. "It is impossible to change my culture forsomething different. It's me... I respect all the world, allthe culture. We are a gay couple.

(AGI) Washington, March 18 - After an uproar over theircomments in which they referred to children born through invitro fertilisation (IVF) as "chemistry children" and"synthetic children," Italian fashion designers Stefano Gabbanaand Domenico Dolce explained their statements to CNN. In anexclusive interview on Wednesday, Dolce said his views on IVFwere private, personal beliefs based on his sense of atraditional Sicilian family. "I believe in the traditionalfamily," he said. "It is impossible to change my culture forsomething different. It's me... I respect all the world, allthe culture. We are a gay couple. We love gay adoption." Thecomments of Dolce and Gabbana had unleashed the fury of EltonJohn, father with his partner David Furnish of two childrenthrough a surrogate mother. Elton John has called for a boycottagainst the two designers. The initiative was supported by manycelebrities, gay and not, like Victoria Beckham, Ricky Martin,former tennis player Martina Navratilova, the maker oftelevision series 'Glee', Ryan Murphy, and Courtney Love.However, it appears the boycott has already come to an end. Infact, paparazzi on Monday photographed the singer carrying abag with a D&G logo printed on it. But according to some, thephoto was only the product of a clever advertising campaign.. .