A woman leaves a Dolce & Gabbana in Shanghai on Wednesday, the day the label apologised for insulting remarks co-founder Stefano Gabbana posted on Instagram about critics of the brand’s recent advertising campaign. Photo: (Chinatopix/AP

How Chinese internet users roasted Dolce & Gabbana amid ‘racist’ ads fallout

  • Poop emojis a popular choice to attack the Italian fashion label, while some post videos of themselves destroying Dolce & Gabbana products
  • Stefano Gabbana’s ‘Not Me’ post about a crude comment widely assumed to be his became a hashtag for protests about the brand
Topic |   Fashion in Hong Kong and China

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A woman leaves a Dolce & Gabbana in Shanghai on Wednesday, the day the label apologised for insulting remarks co-founder Stefano Gabbana posted on Instagram about critics of the brand’s recent advertising campaign. Photo: (Chinatopix/AP
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