Retailer in Peru forced to pull catalogue filled with blond models

Chilean-owned retailer Saga Falabella grudgingly agrees to withdraw its Christmas shopping catalogue because of widespread protests against the hair and skin colour of its models: almost exclusively blond and white.

In Toronto, they pulled down the subway posters.

Meanwhile, in Peru, a major retailer has been obliged to cancel an entire Christmas advertising catalogue.

In both cases, the cause of the disturbance is much the same: it has to do with skin colour…