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We Hate Fat Mirrors Too

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"When [Patrizio Bertelli] was overseeing the decor of a new Miu Miu store in Manhattan in 1997, he took issue with a mirror and smashed it. "It made people look too fat," he recalls. He famously broke the taillights of several cars parked in the wrong spaces of Prada's parking lot. "I enjoyed that," he says with a laugh." [WSJ via WWD]