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Love her..... and thank you Ms.Banks, you can add black face to the mix as well
Not sure how this could in any way be interpreted as racist, except by a publicity hungry rapper...
The clothes look like potato sacks which just adds insult to injury.
It would have been ok without the aunt jemima picks embeded on white euro models. It is racist. No mistake about that.
that was not aunt jemima did u see a bandana around her head it is a crown...but i guess some of you guys see what you wanna see regardless
Tell me what you think is racist about these designs.
Some of these women are skin and bones...scary. Um, I can understand the line from a fashion perspective but, why are there NO black models if it's an homage to black antiquity?
Besides this stuff being racist, it's also plain ugly. I am not wearing a potato sack when there is a ton of beautiful craftsmanship in the market.D&G is old news anyway. This is a last ditch effort at some relevancy.
I don't see anything wrong with this line and since when does a Siclian/European designer have to cater to black people!!! BTW, I am an African American woman and since noone in my family looks like the people on these clothes, I would wear it!
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