Take that, trolls!
Diesel is concurrently kicking off Milan Fashion Week with a star-studded bash and is taking a stand towards on-line bullying with a provocative new “Haute Couture” assortment designed to “disempower hate.”
The road options streetwear items created for celebs – together with Nicki Minaj, Bella Thorne and Gucci Mane – emblazoned with surprising slurs and putdowns that had been posted on their very own social media platforms.
“The extra hate you put on, the much less you care,” explains the Italian model in a press launch. “When hit by unjustified hate, most of us take a step back, however hiding and feeling unhealthy about it’s not going to assist anybody.”
Minaj, who’s internet hosting the blowout at Diesel’s Milan flagship on Wednesday night time, posted a video of herself and different stars gyrating of their offensively worded clothes on her Instagram. Within the clip, the feisty rapper and singer sports activities a jacket that claims “THE BAD GUY,” rapper Gucci Mane grins and divulges his “F–Ok YOU IMPOSTER” T-shirt, and actress Bella Thorne shimmies in a window (calling to thoughts Amsterdam’s Purple Gentle District) sporting a cut-off tee with SLUT printed on the chest. In one of many extra surprising moments, Tommy Dorfman from Netflix’ “13 Causes Why” dances down a highschool hallway clad in a black jacket with “Faggot” spray painted on the entrance and back.
The in-your-face limited-edition items can be found on-line and in Diesel shops and a portion of their gross sales might be donated to the OTB Basis in help of anti-bullying and cyberbullying applications all over the world. Even higher, beginning Oct. 6, customers will have the ability to create their very own custom-made objects. That approach, they will slay of their smack-talk togs.