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Round Two: Armani Answers Cavalli With a Few Choice Words

Italian word <strike>play</strike> battle
Italian word play battle

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Another day, another designer fashion feud. If you recall, Roberto Cavalli had major panty bunchage over the scheduling of Milan Fashion Week, calling Giorgio Armani a "Little King" who no one in the industry wants to inconvenience. And now Fashionologie reports that "an amused Armani" has responded: "Cavalli should be quiet because the 'Little King' could start to get angry."

If only these two could spit rhymes, this thing could be solved with a good old fashion rap battle. Or maybe that's just what we wish would happen.
· Giorgio Armani to Roberto Cavalli: You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry [Fashionologie]
· Fighting Words [Racked]