July 16, 2017
HATERS GONNA HATE: DOLCE & GABBANA BOYCOTTS ITSELF
I’m not a fan of Donald Trump or his children (though I used to be a big fan of Ivanka till she started campaigning for her dad and started sounding like a Stepford wife) but I don’t dislike Melania Trump. To me, she looks great, she sounds sincere when she gives speeches (whether or not she has been accused of plagiarizing it) and she seems to be trying her best to take on her new role as First Lady. The only thing I don’t really like about her is how sometimes she looks like Caitlyn Jenner and that’s probably because I don’t like the guy (now a girl).
Many have found fault in her for being Donald Trump’s wife as well as for not being Michelle Obama. But, let’s face it, the Obamas are something else. I mean, those two are just oozing charisma. There are designers like Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, Derek Lam, and Zac Posen, to name a few, who have taken a hard stance and have refused to dress the First Lady. Others, like Dolce and Gabbana, on the other hand, revel in the opportunity to do so.
D&G have gotten tons of negative feedback on social media with haters tweeting #boycottdolcegabbana but they turned everything around on everyone and made the most out of it by producing their own #boycottdolcegabbana t-shirts and putting a big red heart on it. As in all negative publicity they’ve had in the past, they really couldn’t care less what people think. They’ll do whatever they want to and these guys are definitely #teammelania.
The shirts are available online for $245 USD.
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