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Style The Braid Bar apologises for Lila Grace Moss campaign

22:30  23 november  2022
22:30  23 november  2022 Source:   harpersbazaar.co.uk

Hailey Bieber's tiny braids are officially here to stay—here's how to recreate the cool-girl Coachella look

  Hailey Bieber's tiny braids are officially here to stay—here's how to recreate the cool-girl Coachella look Loved Hailey Bieber’s effortless tiny braids? Here's how to recreate them yourselfFor those who may not remember, this year's Coachella back in April gave us a lot to talk about—from incredible performances from headliner The Weeknd to all the drama surrounding Kanye West and Travis Scott—but also in terms of beauty and style. And like with all major celebrity-attended events, the outfits, makeup and hair took center stage, especially Hailey's—so much so that some of her fans are still searching for how-tos on her Y2K-inspired hairstyle.

With fashion's reigning queen Kate Moss as her mother, it was inevitable that all eyes would be on Lila Grace Moss's first ever modelling campaign.

The first ever ad featuring the daughter of Kate Moss has courted controversy © . The first ever ad featuring the daughter of Kate Moss has courted controversy

In case you missed it, the 14-year-old supermodel offspring is fronting hair brand The Braid Bar, sporting multicoloured braids and train-track braces alongside fellow famous spawn Stella Jones, daughter of The Clash's Mick Jones.

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The image showcases looks from The Braid Bar's new summer menu available in Selfridges, London, but the brand has come under fire for failing to feature diverse models in the campaign.

Apologising for not giving enough consideration to the cultures they have drawn from in creating the company, The Braid Bar posted an open letter on its website.

"We would like to reach out and apologise to all of those who have been offended by our lack of cultural sensitivity," they wrote, adding a promise that "from this point onwards, you will see changes in the way that we do things".

Watch this space.

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