The Saturday Night Live star is part of the female reboot of much loved ‘80s flick Ghostbusters, starring opposite Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy. Leslie recently took to Twitter to rant that no designers were “wanting to help me with a premiere dress” and that she would remember the incident, which has sparked a debate on the small sample sizes fashion houses have to hand. However not everyone is in agreement with the backlash.

"This is nobody’s fault except Leslie’s," stylist Jessica Paster told The Hollywood Reporter. "She should have known four to five months ago the date of premiere, and said, ‘I’m not a sample size, I need to go to designers early or buy myself a dress.’ Don’t be blaming designers and saying they don’t like you."

Jessica counts the likes of Emily Blunt, Olivia Munn and Miranda Kerr as her clients, but not everyone she works with is stick thin. She previously teamed up with My Big Fat Greek Wedding star Nia Vardalos, and explains that getting a dress wasn’t impossible.

“Designers are more than happy to lend to her. Unfortunately, she’s not a sample size. So the production company gave me a budget to buy her clothes," she said. "Christian Siriano saved the day by pulling non-sample sizes, and he himself, the weekend of the premiere for My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, did the final fitting with Nia.”

Christian also stepped in to help Leslie out. The designer tweeted that he didn’t want to be congratulated on what he did, but rather see a change in the fashion industry. Stylist Jeanne Yang disagrees though, and says it all comes down to economics.

“One dress has to serve for the runway show, for sales, and to get publicity. If you have a sample that has to fit a model, you don't have the option of creating things for premieres. No one ever does a variety of sizes. No one has those resources, even the biggest designers don’t,” she stated.