Since Melania Trump ascended the throne as the First Lady of the United States, there’s been unnecessary drama for who is dressing or who’s not dressing the First Lady and that alone has ignited faction amongst luxury fashion houses. While a handful of them has vowed to boycott the first family following Trump’s misogynist behavior and the rude comments towards women, Dolce & Gabbana is among the labels that have been siding Trump’s family.
Sure, there will alway be internet trolls and it appears some parts of the internet didn’t like the idea Melania Trump was dressed in a sleeveless Dolce & Gabbana white top when she officially moved into the White House last weekend. And the brand itself couldn’t take it anymore.
Responding to its haters, the Italian fashion house released a white t-shirt with an imprinted ironic slogan that reads: “Boycott,” — which simply means you boycott — whether you want to or not and just leave them alone. As reported, the “spokesperson for the brand confirmed that the item was a direct reference to comments the label has received on social media regarding the US First Lady.”
And to make things, even more, clearer, Stefano Gabbana also shared “a mocking video on Instagram with the caption: “All the lovers and all the #HATERS Reliving.”