Their questionable choices have often become springboards for complicated discussions of cultural appropriation, beauty standards, race and everything in-between.
These moments in particular definitely got people talking — and arguing — about how these complex issues can and do play out on runways and fashion spreads.
Vogue “misses the mark” with editorial about gender fluidity.
“It” couple Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik definitely made a splash when they posed together for the magazine’s August 2017 cover, but the response was not all positive.
Their spread’s photos and accompanying article were meant to highlight gender fluid fashion, but critics accused Vogue of misusing the term “gender fluid” and thus misrepresenting actual gender non-conforming and transgender individuals.
“I like that shirt. And if it’s tight on me, so what? It doesn’t matter if it was made for a girl,” Malik said in the story about wearing a T-shirt from his girlfriend’s closet. Added Hadid, ”It’s not about gender.Read more at PeopleTVwatch