Burberry apologized for wearing a neck hinge, which premiered during the London Fashion Week on Sunday. In his statement to CBS News, Burberry CEO Marco Gobbetti stated that he "deeply regrets that the design has caused"
Burberry's Creative Director Riccardo Ticci also apologized. "Although design was inspired by the sea theme, I understand that it was insensitive," said the designer in a statement from CBS News.
The statement added that Burberry took off the hood from the autumn-winter collection, as well as all images that reflect the look.
The rope broke the Liz Kennedy model, which opposed Burberry to Instagram.
"Suicide is not a fashion," wrote Kennedy, sharing a photo of a balacon. "It's not glamorous or acute, and since this show is dedicated to young people who express their voice, I'm riding here. Riccardo Ticci and all in Burberry are beyond me, as you could allow a look that resembles a loop that hangs from the neck on
Tisci wrote to Instagram that the runway exhibition was dedicated to "young people today." The designer said he wanted to recognize young people who should "scream for what they believe to be able to find beauty in their own words." voice. "In the post which Kennedy screenshot but seems to have been removed from the Tisci page, the designer thanked Lond for what he found where he really is.
Kennedy, who was walking in several shows at the runway during a weekly fashion on the spot, asked how anyone in Burberry could release a loop, "especially in line dedicated to young girls and young people.
"Not to mention the increase in suicide rate worldwide," Kennedy signed for Instagram. "Let's not forget about the terrible story of lenses. There are hundreds of ways to hook up the rope, and they decided to call it a loop, completely ignoring the fact that it was around the neck." The model said that seeing the loop she returned to what she had experienced when members of the family took their lives.
Kennedy said that she asked to talk with someone about the loop and said to write a letter. Someone said to her, "It's a fashion: nobody cares about what's happening in your personal life, so just keep it for yourself," says the model.
"The question is not that I am upset, there is a big picture of how the fashion closes the eyes or does to get publicity," she wrote. "I'm ashamed that it was separate from the show. # Burberry: I did not publish it so as not to respect the designer or the brand, but simply express a question that I feel very passionate about."