An employee at Vera Wang is saying there's no way the designer would have turned down an opportunity to have her designs on daytime TV.
As we mentioned on Wednesday, General Hospital's Nancy Lee Grahn blasted the designer on Twitter after Mary Iannelli, head of the show's wardrobe department, was turned away from the store.
The anonymous source thinks Wang's PR team would "love the exposure" and turning down a sale would be "very strange", but Iannelli is sticking by her story.
The costume designer said she was told to go to David's Bridal because:
"Our audience, they claimed, was not their targeted market. Never once did I ask to borrow any gowns from Vera Wang. Our intention was to purchase, NOT borrow, so it was insulting to be treated like I was asking for hand outs."
Nancy Lee Grahn has remained mum on the situation since unloading on Twitter, but did say she'll be posting a blog entry soon.
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