Miley Cyrus‘ little brother Braison made his catwalk debut at the Milan fashion show for powerhouse Dolce and Gabbana recently. Miley congratulated her brother and praised the designers for giving her family a platform to be creative, yet in the same post she slammed them saying she, “didn’t agree with their politics.”
Dolce and Gabbana recently caused controversy in the fashion and political worlds because they dressed Melania Trump. Many designers like Tom Ford, Sophie Theallet, and Marc Jacobs have opted to decline to dress the FLOTUS, and anybody related to the Trump family, but Stefano Gabbana said on his retaliation post to Cyrus: “We are Italian and we don’t care about politics and mostly neither about the American one!”
They have dressed the former model on several occasions and seemed proud to do so.
Gabbana has also compared Melania Trump to Italian Icon Sophia Loren.
Most recently, Trump wore their $51,500 flowered jacket, and the designer thanked her for doing so.
Their dressing of the first lady has sparked a social media hashtag #boycottdolcegabbana, but it appears the fashion house understands that there is no such thing as bad publicity. Using the same hashtag they created a campaign mocking Melania Trump haters. They designed T-shirts with the slogan, retailing at $245.
It’s clear that Dolce and Gabbana are unbothered by the controversy, and are perhaps even making a profit from it. So it’s no wonder Gabbana wrote to Cyrus, “We don’t need your posts or comments so next time please ignore us!!”
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