Calvin Klein has issued an apology after an commercial that includes supermodel Bella Hadid and Web-famous feminine robotic Lil Miquela kissing and embracing sparked backlash.
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The controversial “My Calvins” marketing campaign drew virtually speedy criticism after it was put up final week, with many claiming the model might have used LGBTQ+ fashions for the kiss and accusing Calvin Klein of “queerbaiting,” faking a same-sex romance to attraction to a LGBTQ+ viewers.
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Nonetheless, some defended Calvin Klein’s 30-second advert, agreeing that the model had been a supporter of the LGBTQ+ group up to now and mentioning one of many girls featured is definitely a robotic.
Regardless of the talk, Calvin Klein issued a response amid issues over the advert, stating the marketing campaign was to “promote freedom of expression for a variety of identities” and mentioned the corporate “sincerely remorse(s) any offense we prompted.”
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