Disturbing fashion lines history! In September, model Tess Holliday called out online retailer Revolve after it advertised a sweatshirt with the words “Being fat is not beautiful it’s an excuse” printed on the front. The body-positive advocate shared a screenshot of the garment on Twitter, writing, “LOLLLLL @REVOLVE y’all are a mess.” Others online questioned how the shirt made it onto the website in the first place. According to Revolve, which released a statement to People following the controversy, the shirt was part of a collaboration with LPA that was meant to provide “commentary on the modern day ‘normality’ of cyberbullying and the shared desire to create a community for those most affected by the epidemic.”
Rick Owens Mens’ Fall/Winter 2015 Collection, “Sphinx’ (aka the Peen Peek), One of the most talked about shows of the Fall/Winter 2015 season was Rick Owen’s Sphinx, which featured male models wearing garments with cut-outs designed to show off their genitalia. Though by now the fashion world knows that Owens doesn’t shy away from controversy, nevertheless the stunt still ignited a frenzy of shocked online posts. Of the collection, Owens explained that the focus put on the model’s genitalia was an effort to incorporate a childish or juvenile aspect to the presentation.
Kellyanne Conway Illegally Endorses Ivanka Trump Clothing On Television, After the #GrabYourWallet campaign saw stores dropping Ivanka Trump’s clothing line, Senior Advisor to the president Kellyanne Conway decided to step in. Unfortunately for her, the brand-saving move was actually illegal. On an episode of Fox and Friends, she told the audience to go out and buy Ivanka’s clothing. It’s considered an ethics violation to endorse a product as a public official, and Kellyanne received a formal warning because of it.
The front row is the ultimate clique. So imagine the screams when live rats were released on the runway at Ksubi’s shocking Spring/Summer 2002 show. The no-Fs-given crew of skaters, surfers, and street artist brand released a whopping 170 rats onto the runway, where according to reports, one rat died on the runway. The infamous brand debut at Australian Fashion Week featured dreadlocks, stonewash denim, a giant lampshade hat, and a rat-like headpiece. Critics and animal rights activists denounced the stunt, but there’s no doubt that it put Ksubi on the global fashion map. Founder of Mercedes Benz Australia Fashion Week, Simon P Lock recounts the riot: “There was certainly a mood of expectation when the lights went down in the Blue Room. Like a scene from the Pied Piper, a wave of them in all shapes, colors, and teeth-length charged down the 30-meter-long catwalk.
Another scandalous clothing line is Headhunters Line, a very bold fashion line that already generated a lot of controversy. Sex, guns, outrageous message, this fashion clothing line has them all. See more info on https://www.headhuntersclothing.com/.