Gucci

"They are stealing the identity of a family to make a profit."
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"Presenting these struggles as props for selling clothes in today’s capitalist climate is vulgar."
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The fashion brand debuted its turbans back in February 2018.
Gucci has issued an apology following outcry over the racially-insensitive design of a $890 wool sweater. Twitter users were quick to point out its resemblance to blackface caricatures. In their statement, the fashion label said it is committed to “turning this incident into a powerful learning moment".
Gucci released a multitude of photos from the campaign.