Marc Jacobs Accused of “Cultural Appropriation” as models are bogus Dreadlocks

Marc Jacobs Accused of "Cultural Appropriation" as models are bogus DreadlocksIt was a fashion that has everyone talking.

Unfortunately, it was not the clothes that made headlines in the fashion of New York Week Marc Jacob.

It was controversial decision designer to use a cast of predominantly white models – including Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid – with huge multicolored wool dreadlocks.

Many people have ruined online Marc Jacobs for the move, accusing the brand of cultural appropriation.

‘Rastas are part of the black culture, which does not make sense to try to sell or appropriate. Do better, “wrote Twitter user Maia.

Others questioned why there were so few black models in the show.

‘Dreadlocks and yet no black models. Smh ‘wrote one user. Another tweeted: “you made your models have dreadlocks but only use two black models Goodbye ‘?.

Marc Jacobs say that the look was inspired by rave culture, London 1980 and fashion and Harajuku girls – black culture was not mentioned.

However, some speakers said that sharp angry whites should be prohibited from using dreadlocks completely.

Olivia wrote: “Why do you think Marc Jacobs is well to put dreadlocks on white people?
Chris Coon added: ‘Rastas look better in black, give it white people.’

Rastas are evident in many different cultures, from the ancient Greeks and Egyptians, right through modern India, Africa and white counterculture.

But in the United States, which is more closely linked to culture and the black is sometimes used as a symbol of black pride.

Therefore, it is strange that the designer chose to use so few African-American models in the parade this season.

Guido Palau stylist said he did not consider the cultural appropriation aspect, but said he was inspired by all cultures.

‘The style comes crashing things. It has always been there – if you are creative, if you make the food, music and fashion, whatever, you feel inspired by everything, “he told the court after the show.

“It is not homogeneous. Different cultures mix all the time. You see it on the street. People do not dress head to toe in one way. ‘

Marc Jacobs said he would often something “street” and “raw” and transform it into something “much more sophisticated and fashionable.”

Palau said he had to find the right hair to create high styles “inspired by the director transgender Lana Wachowski,” the director trans behind films like The Matrix, which appeared in the Fall 2016 advertising campaign, reported the site.

That’s when he met counts Dreadlocks by Jena Jena – the artist behind rainbow wigs, reports Yahoo beauty.

She has been the ‘Death of wool hair extensions in the small town of Palataka, Fla., For approximately one year.’

It was added to the “self-pro ‘learned their art online and has made 200 to 300 different shades since it began.” It comes in a rope and cut it and roll / You can wash with sulfate-free shampoo to keep the colors.

She sells her creations in rainbow colors custom Etsy for up to $ 155 per game.

After the show so much talk about some of the models were seen leaving the ballroom.
Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid had joined the cast of Marc Jacobs models using pastel colored dreadlocks.

The models seemed to love the look as they laughed backstage. Bella Hadid made a more serious as she modeled a transparent lid expression. Other models at the show were Karlie Kloss, Irina Shayk, Jourdan Dunn and Adriana Lima.

Demi Lovato, Malin Akerman, Christina Ricci, Carla Gugino and Courtney Love were among the audience.

The overall look of the show was pastels colors meets Ziggy Stardust.

Kendall, 20, looked thoughtful as he made his way down the runway in a wig with blue and purple, as well as a military green. His coat was metallic gray metal with rhinestones black belt.

Swati Sharma

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