Ashish Gupta has a superbly pointed message for Donald Trump: “More glitter, less Twitter.” And he didn’t even want 140 characters.
The U.Okay.-based dressmaker confirmed his new assortment at London Fashion Week on Monday, or, reasonably, he made a slew of political statements at London Fashion Week that took place to contain clothes. In addition to referencing the president’s stupefying social media task, there have been shirts decorated with words like “nasty woman” and “pussy grabs back,” fashions dressed in what gave the impression to be Mexican wrestling-inspired make-up, and a brief swimsuit with the phrases “Planned Parenthood” down the leg.
There have been even a few items that paid homage to Major League Baseball, which rarely turns out like a twist of fate. What higher technique to ship the message than via printing Hillary Clinton’s marketing campaign slogan along symbols of America’s hobby?
Gupta, whose Instagram bio reads “fighting gloom with glitter since 2001,” is understood for his amusing, sparkly tackle type. But, as he instructed Vogue, he’s thinking about the use of his assortment to create team spirit in our present political local weather.
“I was reading about how Oz was representative of Washington and how the hurricane of Dorothy was the political turmoil that happened at the time,” he mentioned. “It was so symbolic. Every little thing was symbolic of what is happening now — we need to be united in a message of love and unity and stand up together against all the f**ked-up mess that is going on.”
We’d take love, team spirit and togetherness in any shape, however particularly when it’s lined in glitter.
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