If you can afford Dolce & Gabanna, now would be a good time to start boycotting it


Surely the whole point is not to look enticing

“Do we occidental women need to start wearing the veil, too?” asked one follower in Italian. Gabbana responded (translated from Italian), “@Fatimapetrucci it is only for the Middle East; don’t worry, no one will oblige you to wear a veil… we don’t have that culture, but we should accept the Middle East’s.

  • That’s it! D&C will never sully my closet!

  • Petrilia

    That’ll be the day!

  • Exile1981

    Thankfully the wife isn’t into their stuff.

  • But dressing like the Other is fashionable.

    Until one gets acid in the face.

    • Canadian

      Isn`t this “cultural appropriation”?
      Including the acid in the face?

  • john700

    More than 10 years ago I saw a woman veiled in a Calvin Klein.

  • Martin B

    Dolce & Gabanna are evil woman-hating faggots. What next, a line of designer scalpels for clitorectomies?

  • Brenda

    If the price of oil stays low much longer, these rich middle easterners won’t have as much money to spend on luxury goods, and D&G’s decision will bite them in the ass.

  • Yusuf_al_Kafir

    Is this a real Gucci piece or fake?
    Anyone’s guess really……

    • Kathy Prendergast

      Not sure, but notice how she’s walking one step behind her man like the obedient Muslima slave that she is.

      • H

        Yep – it may not be visible, but she’s definitely wearing a sturdy slave collar. These people make me sick…

    • AlanUK

      Gucci or not it helps sweep the streets.

    • johnny rogers

      She is looking for Frodo and his ring

  • Cat-astrophe

    LOL, become covered like a Muslim, but don’t worry, you aren’t one….until we say you are and that’s ok, its better than being caught up in one of our touchy feely games…

  • Kathy Prendergast

    Memo to Gabbana: the veil is not part of “Middle East” culture; there are millions of women in the ME, Muslim, Christian, Jewish, and otherwise, who don’t wear it and would rather poke their eyes out than do so.

  • AlanUK

    ” … we don’t have that culture, but we should accept the Middle East’s.”

  • Hard Little Machine

    Clinton used to rock the $1000 Hermes hijab when she was first lady. But it will be funny when Hollywood starts doing it at awards shows.

  • moraywatson

    The hijab, niqab and burka have nothing to do with “not looking enticing”. They have to do with projecting muslim supremacy.

    • They also have to do with obliterating a woman’s identity.

      • moraywatson

        Who else wears them but muslims ? They are an immediate signal to the infidel that there are muslims in your space .

        • So ‘nothing to do with “not looking enticing”‘? Covering women up has no relationship at all to trying to take any sexual appeal they might have out of public view? Despite the fact that that is the explicit reason given in Islam for this phenomenon?

          I am not saying one or the other is the only purpose. A thing can have more than one function.

          • moraywatson

            Nope. It’s a property issue, and a projection of territory and ownership.

          • So why do the Saudis wear the full ninja in Saudi, and not necessarily when they go abroad? (In fact Saudi women are notorious for de-burqa-ing en masse the second they exit Saudi airspace.)

            Saudis in the kingdom are not frightened about ceding territory. Ownership it is about, but it’s the woman freedom and her body which is owned.

            Is it really so impossible for you to concede that something might stand for more than one thing at once?

          • moraywatson

            Of course Saudis are not frightened about ceding territory to Christians or atheists or Hindus, they run a society based on brutal islamic based totalitarianism.

          • So why do they dress their women up in black bags? Who are they trying to project supremacy over?

          • moraywatson

            Read a quran. Read the hadith. Women in islam are not celebrated.

          • I didn’t say anything about Islam protecting or valuing or celebrating women. How you got that out of what I wrote is more than I can figure. Argue with strawmen if you feel like it, but don’t expect me to argue back.

          • moraywatson

            You’re not arguing. Your being an obtuse passive-aggressive. I’ve answered your “question”.

          • This is ridiculous. I haven’t said any of the things you’re saying I said. If you’re just going to keep insulting me I’m past done here.

          • El Martyachi

            Show ‘iz yer stems!