Everyone Is Boycotting Dolce & Gabbana, Find Out Why?

The first lady of the Untied States has worn clothes from Dolce and Gabbana (D&G) several times and people are not thrilled with it. She wore D&G for her official White House portrait, her move to Washington DC, and to the G7 Summit. Unlike many other fashion labels, D&G has been vocal about supporting the first lady. But many people are not happy with the brand being so openly supportive and happy that Ms. Trump is wearing their clothes. By praising the first lady many people feel that D&G support President Trump and many of his unpopular decisions. D&G has decided to respond to critics and profit on the backlash. They have created a fake protest to make fun of their haters, which includes a mock protest video and a $245 t-shirt you can purchase that reads "#Boycott Dolce & Gabbana." 

Photo taken from PopSugar

Photo taken from PopSugar

D&G did not come up with the idea themselves. Beyoncé did it first. When people were planning to boycott Beyoncé after her 2016 Super Bowl performance, she made fun of her haters by selling "Boycott Beyoncé" shirts on her world tour.

Photo taken from Huffington Post Canada

Photo taken from Huffington Post Canada