"They are thinking of themselves. But themselves and the woman are not the same."
The fiery debate was put to bed by Tom Ford in The New York Times, fresh from designing for Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent.
"Men are often better designers for women than other women," Tom told The New York Times. "I think we are more objective. We don't come with the baggage of hating certain parts of our bodies."
Straight designers such as Paul Smith, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Rick Owens were saved the tongue-lashing from Donatella.
"I was always very moved and freaked out by the Versace assassination, and I thought it was a really great story to do because it’s a manhunt season," Ryan said at Entertainment Weekly’s PopFest. "[Serial killer Andrew Cunanan] killed four people and then Versace, and was on the loose. We’re exploring the reasons of how he got away with being undetected."