• Chinese retailers drop Dolce & Gabbana

    17 days ago - By Drapers

    Several large Chinese etailers have pulled Dolce & Gabbana products from their platforms as the fallout continues from its controversial advertising campaign.
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  • Dolce & Gabbana Co-Founders Issue Personal China Video Apology

    Dolce & Gabbana Co-Founders Issue Personal China Video Apology

    17 days ago - By WWD

    BEIJING-“Dui bu qi”-those were the words of a very somber-looking Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce saying sorry in Mandarin, as the two designers attempt to quell the firestorm about China which has seen high profile retailers, celebrities and fashion VIPs distance themselves from the brand.
    The video was posted Friday afternoon on the brand's official Weibo account and is at least the third public statement from Dolce & Gabbana addressing the furor. Gabbana and the brand had said earlier that the rude comments about China stemmed from a hacking and were not sent by the designer.
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  • Lane Crawford Drops Dolce & Gabbana After Shanghai Firestorm

    17 days ago - By WWD

    BEIJING-Leading Asian luxury department store Lane Crawford has also joined the ranks of retailers who have pulled Dolce & Gabbana products, after a firestorm erupted over insults posted from the Instagram account of designer Stefano Gabbana.
    In a statement provided to WWD, Andrew Keith, president of Lane Crawford, said, “With respect to our customers, we have taken the decision to remove Dolce & Gabbana from all stores in mainland China, online and in Hong Kong.”
    Lane Crawford operates 10 brick-and-mortar points of sale across Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai and Chengdu in addition to its...
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