Trump Critics Try To Boycott Dolce & Gabbana

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Upon dressing the first lady Melania Trump in an exquisite floral coat, Dolce & Gabbana is seeing backlash from the community. Their response? Nothing more than a disinterested snicker in the protester’s direction before they brush off the issue.

Last week, the luxury label produced a line of $245 t-shirts that read in response to their critics. In addition, the brand tweeted last Thursday, “Dolce & Gabbana boycotts itself.” Along with the tweet, the label released a video of a fake protest urging people to boycott Dolce & Gabbana. Young models were wearing the previously mentioned t-shirts while waving banners, while the founders of the fashion house Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana appear in the video “leading” the protest and giving interviews. Although a handful of designers have held the Trump administration at arm’s length or refused to dress the first lady, Dolce & Gabbana has broken down barriers and honored the first lady with their designs.

Simultaneously, Melania Trump has shown her love and thanks to the label by wearing their designs for many high-profile occasions, most recently while she accompanied her husband President Trump on a trip to the Middle East. The criticism of the Italian fashion house and the first lady sparked up again when Mrs. Trump wore a $51,500 breathtaking multicolored Dolce & Gabbana coat to the G-7 summit in Italy, with people whining on social media that she was out of touch with average Americans. However, other designers and reporters supported the fashion label and first lady by saying the coat was undeniably gorgeous.

Despite Dolce & Gabbana’s delayed response to the “boycott,” Stefano Gabbana has been nothing but supportive of Trump on his social-media accounts. After receiving backlash for posting a picture of the first lady in a Dolce & Gabbana jacket, Gabbana fought the commenters back saying, “i don’t care!! Really,” and telling another critic to “go to hell” in Italian, according to People magazine. After the first lady moved from New York to the White House, Stefano Gabbana shared an Instagram photo of her with numerous heart emojis and the words “THANK YOU.” With all of the negativity from the protestors, the Trumps have been stood up for by equally passionate supporters. However, while the tug of war continues between lovers and haters, one thing remains undeniable: Dolce & Gabbana is a high-end fashion label that makes nothing but gorgeous designs, and Melania Trump wears the designs extraordinarily well.

A coffee depended life-form who enjoys thriller novels, creative writing, and wearing heels to feel taller. Shy to acquaintances, presumably obnoxious to friends. Watched the Harry Potter saga more times than I should admit, but then I remember: who cares? Thoroughly enjoy getting dressed up, but love my fuzzy sweatpants. I like to think my life is interesting.

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