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16:41  30 may  2019
16:41  30 may  2019 Source:   instyle.com

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Gucci made a few political statements during Resort 2020 collection, including putting a uterus on a dress and "My Body My Choice" on a blazer, but reactions Despite what people feel when it comes to the recent abortion laws and bans — and, according to the comments, folks are still divided on that

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Gucci Put a Uterus on a Dress, and People Have Mixed Feelings About It© Catalyst In this Tuesday, May 28, 2019 photo a model wears a belted gown embroidered with a flowering uterus as part of the Gucci cruise collection that was presented at the Capitoline Museums in Rome. Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele has made a clear abortion rights message in his latest Cruise collection, as the debate over abortion heats up once again in the United States. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

The fashion industry has no problem making political and social statements, and that's especially been the case over the past few years. Dior's "We Should All Be Feminists" tee still pops up on celebrities, and last September, Christian Siriano even put a "Voting for Cynthia" (as in Nixon, who ran for Governor of New York) shirt on his runway — just two examples of a much larger trend. Gucci is the latest fashion house to add to the mix. Its Resort 2020 collection includes pieces such as a blazer that states "My Body My Choice" and a dress with a uterus embroidered on it.

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When Gucci shared images of these items to Instagram, adding that they were also a nod to the '70s, reactions were mixed. Despite what people feel when it comes to the recent abortion laws and bans — and, according to comments on the posts, folks are still divided on that — there are questions about turning the cause into a commodity: How much will these items cost? Will Gucci be donating the proceeds to charities? It's nice to see major brands using their platforms to promote issues they are aligned with, which will surely make headlines (like this one) and get a conversation going. But at the same time, it makes us wonder why they are doing it.

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A uterus is embroidered on a pleated long sleeve gown designed by @alessandro_michele, moments before the #GucciCruise20 fashion show at @museiincomuneroma in Rome. This piece reflects the Creative Director’s continuing vision of freedom, equality and self-expression. Since founding @chimeforchange in 2013—the global campaign that represents and advocates for gender equality—@gucci has a longstanding commitment to women and girls by funding projects around the world to support sexual and reproductive rights, maternal health, and the freedom of individual choice. Learn more about the global partners for sexual and family health rights the campaign is donating to in 2019, which can be found in @chimeforchange’s link in bio. #AlessandroMichele #MuseiCapitolini

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But people generally agree on the more romantic notion of the ‘ship as a she’ phenomenon: that it stems from the tradition of boat-owners, typically and historically male, naming their vessels after “If she does not remain on an even keel, let things ride, feel your way, and do not cross the line until you

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Gucci cleared some of that up in their captions, saying that creative director Alessandro Michele has a "vision of freedom, equality and self-expression" and even founded a global campaign, Chime For Change, in 2013, which "represents and advocates for gender equality." The organization will be donating to various "global partners for sexual and family health rights" in 2019, including the Global Fund for Women, the Ms. Foundation, and Women Deliver.

As of now, there's no word on how much these items will cost or what percentage of the proceeds will be donated.

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