Amelia Whitehart September 2, 2019

Let’s discuss about scandalous fashion collections! In September, model Tess Holliday called out online retailer Revolve after it advertised a sweatshirt with the words “Being fat is not beautiful it’s an excuse” printed on the front. The body-positive advocate shared a screenshot of the garment on Twitter, writing, “LOLLLLL @REVOLVE y’all are a mess.” Others online questioned how the shirt made it onto the website in the first place. According to Revolve, which released a statement to People following the controversy, the shirt was part of a collaboration with LPA that was meant to provide “commentary on the modern day ‘normality’ of cyberbullying and the shared desire to create a community for those most affected by the epidemic.”

Jean Paul Gaultier’s Fall/Winter 1993 Collection, “Chic Rabbis” was what Jean Paul Gaultier labeled his Fall/Winter 1993 show because it was inspired by a trip to NYC where he encountered a group of rabbis leaving the New York Public Library. The designer said he loved the elegance of their dress with their hats and huge coats flapping in the wind but the collection came under fire for being culturally insensitive with specific complaints from Hasidic groups concerning female models in the show wearing traditionally masculine hairstyles and clothes.

Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi Commericial, Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi commercial was supposed to be one of the biggest moves the model ever made. Instead, it ended up being one of the most talked about moments of 2017… and not in a good way. The video staged a protest against the police that was solved by Kendall Jenner pushing through the crowd to simply hand an officer a can of Pepsi. Following the fallout, Kendall stepped back from interviews and appearances for a while, and didn’t address the issue until it came out on an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians months later.

Rather than casting traditional models in her Spring/Summer 2009 show, the notoriously zany Brit designer Westwood chose to use members of the Roma community to showcase her gypsy-inspired designs at Milan Fashion Week. At the time, tensions between gypsies and Italians were running especially high, so it was a problematic and provocative choice. The collection and the concept of the show were both criticized by a member of the city’s council, Tiziano Maiolo, who said: “I think the designer has a romantic notion about gypsies that is 100 years out of date. If she wants, I will take her on a tour of the nomad camps. These people do not want to work, they live by thieving and they have no respect for the law.” But once again it seems like fashion succeeded in putting its finger right on the trickiest aspects of contemporary social life. Questionable, or exquisite taste? Provocateur campaigner-designer Westwood would have you decide.

Another scandalous fashion line is Headhunters Line, a very bold fashion line that already generated a lot of controversy. Sex, guns, upsetting message, this fashion clothing line has them all. See extra details at The worlds most dangerous clothing line.