yellow cropped hoodie Model protests Dolce & Gabbana while walking on the brand's runway
On June 17, 2017, Milan, Italy, during the 2018 Spring/Summer of Milan Men's Fashion Week, Laurie walked on the runway of the dujiabana fashion show.On June 17, 2017, Milan, Italy, during the 2018 Spring/Summer of Milan Men's Fashion Week, Laurie walked on the runway of the dujiabana fashion show.Atlanta-Italian-based musician Larry protested at the fashion show of the Italian fashion company against du jiabana.In the final match of Milan men's fashion week, Larry took off his yellow hoodie and said, "protest, he scribbled on his chest, "DG gives me freedom" and "I'm not your scapegoat ".As the other models passed by him, he stood briefly and his fist slammed into the air.Ducabana was recently attacked for undisguised dressing up first lady Melanie Trump (including a $51,500 coat) and then responding to criticism in yuanThe event called "boycott du jiabana."The brand has launched a $245 T-Shirts with slogans and fake protesters' videos encourage resistance 32-year-old brand."It's irony!A joke!"Designer Domenico Dorch told fashion before the millennial generation-The Theme Fashion Show on Saturday."Heavy Words are easy to use these days.Too much aggression."Raury, a 21-year-Old Musicians and social media influencers don't think so."As a young man from Stone Hill, Georgia, I really felt the ridicule of the boycott," Laurie explained in an interview with GQ after the show."Boycott is true.Dolce's entire campaign says it's not true.The musician said he learned about Melania Trump's controversy the day before the runway and thought other young influencers of millennialsThe subject program is not aware of the ongoing political discussion.He told the magazine GQ that it felt like du jiabana was "really trying to wash any hot hand with young people.Dujiabana has yet to respond to the musician's protests or comments.However, Laurie issued a warning to other fashion designers in an interview with GQ: "To be honest, fashion, music, film, art, people, construction workers, human beings, at work, everyone is fighting politics."Read Michelle Robertson's latest story and send her news tips on Robertson @ sfchronicle.com.