Dolce & Gabanna mock Melania Trump haters with latest stunt

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Several high-profile fashion brands refused to be associated with First Lady Melania Trump, but Dolce & Gabbana has embraced the opportunity to dress her.

The decision by the luxury Italian brand to associate with Melania Trump drew calls for a boycott of their brand. Now Dolce & Gabanna is mocking all of the Melania Trump haters for boycotting their clothing by selling #BOYCOTT DOLCE & GABBANA T-shirts for $245 each, according to Fox News.


The #BoycottDolceGabbana t-shirt is now on our online store. Link in Bio. #DGWomen

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Dolce & Gabbana first encountered outrage from boycotters after Melania Trump wore their brand in her official White House portrait. A boycott followed, but Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana continued to dress the first lady.

The pricey “Boycott Dolce & Gabanna” T-shirts are featured for sale at the top of the fashion brand’s website, and a #BoycottDolceGabanna video featuring Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabanna makes a statement at the top of the landing page.

Gabbana often posts photos of Melania Trump wearing Dolce & Gabanna designs and frequently thanks the first lady for allowing the designers the honor of dressing her.

Gabbana relentlessly pokes fun at boycotters who have shunned the Dolce & Gabanna brand because of their association with Melania Trump.



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