Famed fashion designers have a penchant for the controversial, that's for sure. Karl Lagerfeld referred to Adele as fat, in addition to making many other comments about his distaste for non-sample size people. Hedi Slimane very publicly called fashion critic Cathy Horyn predictable. Galliano ... Well, we don't really need to go there. And then there's Roberto Cavalli. No stranger to controversy, Cavalli caused quite a stir last year when he referred to American fashion as "terrible" thanks to Anna Wintour. This time, he's not limiting his critique to American fashion but offering up his opinion about the work of basically all designers of the moment. Here's what the 72-year old designer told the Guardian this week: "Fashion is changing for the worse. Today, it is industrial, it is quantity, it is a collection of 1,000 pieces ... The only really talented people of our generation were Alexander McQueen and Gianni Versace." Absent from the animal print-loving designer's list? Well, a few possibilities ... Karl Lagerfeld, Valentino, Miuccia Prada, hell, even Tom Ford. Thoughts?