Dolce & Gabbana invited the warriors of the stars to walk on the bedrock at their Milan Fashion Week exhibition. (September 24)

Certainly, Dolce & Gabbana stopped a major exhibition that was recorded in China after the Italian fashion logo that looked back for social media roles that were considered unhappy about Chinese culture.

The logo released the "Big Show" – biled as it "Commended to China" – just a few hours before the start began after a number of models and celebrities who have pledged to break the event after genealogy.

"What happened today is poor, not just for us, but also for everyone who was working day and night to bring this event alive," Dolce & Gabbana tweet on Wednesday, recognizing that the show was deferred. "From our hearts, we would like to thank our friends and our guests."

All disputes started with a series of ads posted on Instagram by Dolce & Gabbana, with an Asian symbol eating Italian staples – a & # 39; including pizza, cannoli and spaghetti – with chopsticks.

Users of social media complained that the shelterhouse was a " mocking the Chinese culture by showing Silent music, sound effects and torch. The homepage is also on its & # 39; "common stial tools", and the reporter lost Dolce & Gabbana.

In order to be disturbed by the injuries, a steam of Steadano Gabbana's founder of private Instagram messages sent by the co-founder of Stefano Gabbana was removed. He has since claimed that his "Instagram" account was "cut" and did not complete the messages with secret comments that aimed at critics of adverts.

The fashion house was face-to-face.

Model Estelle Chen, who was recorded for walking in the show, Talk to Dolce & Gabbana on Instagram in a long statement.

"You do not like China, you're fond of money," she wrote. "China is wealthy, yes, but Jane is rich in their values, culture and people and they will not spend a penny on a brand that does not respect him."

Name @Originalspin called the "PRETTY, PRETTY RACIST" advertisement.

@Wanger_Gavin said the videos were "filled with stereotypes and bad bias. This is a racial discrimination."

@LumingYin added the ad "one of the most famous and most remote marketing campaigns that I have seen in a good time."

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