The repercussions of Dolce Gabbana’s China blunder have been, so far, fierce. On November 23, DG published the founding duo’s apology on social media site Weibo for a reviled and racist ad campaign, yet many Chinese netizens viewed the apology as insincere. In the fashion brand’s homeland of Italy, mainstream media coverage about the event has consistently commented on the Chinese market as an increasingly challenging environment. Their hinted question is Why are China’s new generations so...
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