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fashion controversy

This sweater is ugly for all the wrong reasons.
The ASA ruled the ad cannot be shown in its current form again.
Another day, another Miu Miu controversy.
American Apparel is trying to clean up its dirty image -- but its going about in the wrong way. After causing controversy
Talk about a #majorfail. T.J. Maxx pulled a t-shirt from stores after it received backlash online over the incredibly offensive
Seriously, Dove? The beauty brand is under fire (again!) for selling its "Summer Glow" self-tanner for "normal to dark" skin
What's a fashion week without controversy? Canadian design duo Dean and Dan Caten are under fire for their latest womenswear
A Danish fashion magazine has been forced to apologize for featuring a very thin model in its pages. After social media condemned
Urban Outfitters isn't the only retailer who sells offensive clothing. Case in point, the people who came up with the gross
Retailers featuring extreme thigh gap in their ads are finally being taken to task, at least in the UK. Hello Giggles reported