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Gucci In Trouble For Selling Indy Turbans At Rs 56,000. Gets Brutally Trolled

| Published on May 17, 2019

It seems to be a controversial month for brands as days after Amazon India got boycotted on Twitter, Italian fashion brand Gucci is also facing problems for selling its new traditional Sikh turbans on Nordstrom’s website for $800 ( Rs 56,000 approx.)


Named as ‘Indy Full Turban,’ sold in just one size, the product is described as, “A gorgeously crafted turban is ready to turn heads while keeping you in comfort as well as trademark style.”

Users online are unhappy over this with many calling out Gucci for insensitivity towards religious beliefs and its symbolism and are expressing their anger.


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This is not the first time Gucci has been involved in such a case. Last year at Milan Fashion Week, a male model walked the runway with a headgear resembling Sikh turbans which triggered an outrage.

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