Every time I come across a scandal in fashion that involves a racist or gesture, I note that there is a standardized processing pattern. It usually starts off with general disgust and ends up being just another case that eventually gets forgotten about.
Perhaps this is because we are so overwhelmed with information from media everywhere that even if we wanted to maintain our frustration new issues just keep popping up that refresh the outrage.
Earlier in the week, I learnt of Dolce & Gabbana’s controversial new advertisement which showed a Chinese model struggling to eat a slice of pizza with chopsticks. The indignation which followed went beyond the boundaries of normal outrage. ….