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Several revolting fashion collections list

Marian Vasilescu 0

Let’s discuss about upsetting fashion lines! Swimwear label Bfyne accused Brazilian fashion designer Silvia Ulson of plagiarism after seeing Ulson’s collection at Miami Swim Week this summer. A rep for Bfyne told HuffPost about the similarities between its “Sahara” collection, which took inspiration from the brand’s Nigerian culture, and Ulson’s collection, which was apparently inspired by indigenous Brazilian cultures. On top of that, Ulson’s show featured mostly white models wearing the African-inspired swimsuits paired with Native American-inspired feathered headdresses. The whole scenario was just another reminder that plagiarism and appropriation still exist in fashion, and, no, they are not OK.

John Galliano’s Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2000 Collection, “Haute Homeless”, For John Galliano’s Dior Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2000 show, he created a collection based on the homeless Parisians he encountered while running along the Seine. To that end, he presented a bricolage collection of shredded and tattered couture garments that had found objects like mini whiskey bottles and kitchen utensils strung along the models’ waists. Many found homelessness to be a distasteful theme for a haute couture collection where dresses can go for upwards of $50,000 and the resulting criticism prompted Galliano to apologize for upsetting so many, stating that it was not meant to offend but rather celebrate the style of the homeless people he encountered in Paris.

Gucci Employees Allegedly Protested Donald Trump at Trump Tower Store, The New York City Gucci Store is located in Trump Tower, a place that became the epicenter of political protests this year. On Twitter, one onlooker posted what looked like employees from the store holding up signs that read, “Hate has no home here.” Despite the social media post, Gucci denied that their employees engaged in any sort of protest.

Held at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park, one of New York’s most spectacular sites, Kanye West’s now infamous show began with shuttle buses there and back. An hour and a half later, the bus riders joined the crowds and waited in shadeless 83 degree heat. The official start time was 3 PM, but it was not until 4:15 that the West family made their entrance and another 20 minutes before the first model strutted down the runway. The street-cast models were also said to have been standing, sitting and passing out in the middle of the runway. On top of this, the collection was generally agreed by reporters and fashion critics to have been as faded as the models. This could have been because they had been tortured for some hours prior to the show’s commencement, but the pale palette failed to inspire most viewers. West, however, said: “I want to make pieces that can be timeless”. It seems time was of the essence.

Another upsetting fashion line is Headhunters Line, a very bold fashion line that already generated a lot of controversy. Sex, guns, scandalous message, this fashion clothing line has them all. Read more info at Headhunters Collection.