Another fashion brand has pulled more than worries about what it depicted, though this time was not due to blacks. Fashion Week in London. Since then, the company has apologized and told CNN that it was removed from its collection.
"We are very sorry for the suffering caused by one of the products included in our collection on track A / W 2019" Gobbetti told CNN: "Although design is inspired by the marine theme that runs through the entire collection, it was insensitive, and we made a mistake, "he added.
You can see the image of the hood here and decide. Maybe they meant the bears that took salmon?
The illness began when the model Liz Kennedy published an image of Instagram's hood and wrote: "Suicide is not a fashion." [1
She called to Burberry that she had chosen this particular way to tie a rope, but chose to tie her like a snare that "kicked" her because she had gone through a "suicide attempt in my family."
Kennedy also claims that someone in the fashion show "hung one by the ceiling (trying to understand the knot) and laughed for it in the dressing room."  Tisci, Burberry's chief creative director and designer of the show London, apologize.
"I'm deeply sorry for the suffering caused by one of the songs in my show on Sunday," according to CNN's design.
"Although design is inspired by marine themes, I realize that he was insensitive." I never meant to upset anyone, I would do it from the collection
If indignation did not come to suicide, it would collide with racism, judging by Kennedy's comments on the lynch
This is the last designer who accidentally created a garment that was considered insulting Last week Katie Perry had to pull two pair of shoes from her collection after they had seen, that they promote the black surface . A few weeks ago, Prada pulled out a bunch of shelf-like products that appeared to be black.
What is left of the comment on all these cases is that the items taken are ugly, with or without a hint of racism.