Michael Kors 'Afriluxe' fashion shoot accused of racism

From Daily Mail UK: When Donna Karan’s Haiti-shot campaign sparked controversy last month for using two seemingly poverty-stricken black teenagers simply to set the scene, Michael Kors must have considered scrapping some of the spring 2012 promotional photographs they had already shot.

Given the similarities in staging to the Donna Karan campaign – both use black people as ‘extras’ in the photographs – Michael Kors must have anticipated a negative reaction.

Despite that, the firm appear to have made the decision to leave the images unaltered.

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