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Is Dolce & Gabbana meant to uglify China?   [Copy link] 中文

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They compared it to another Dolce & Gabbana campaign in Japan, which showed models posing near modern structures and under bright billboards.

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On Weibo, reactions were mixed.
"I don't quite understand the comparison between a general middle-aged woman and the stagy model. Only to make the model stand out? BTW, Tiananmen, hutongs are not the entire Beijing at all! Such a narrow view! I'm so disappointed at the series, especially after seeing the Japan series!" –XipaopaoerFlOrA
"The pictures totally ignored the high-speed development and changes taking place in China! This is intentional distortion." –linbiying
"What you love is not China, but Chinese people's money!" –lvelvelvekaikaiainiangao
"The photographer is just attempting to shorten the distance between the general people and fashion. The complaints are only about sense of inferiority." –fatCriminal

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