Fashion and Discrimination: The Beauty Against The Racis
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As we know that discrimination can occur in various aspects of life. Similarly, the fashion world especially related to beauty. Various kinds of products ranging from foods like chocolate to a variety of cosmetics on the market mostly aimed at white people. An example is the advertising face bleach, no doubt the model used also sometimes use a white model. As a result all circles, especially blacks trying to wear the product to align them with the majority. Is this advertising strategy or discrimination?
To answer the following questions, we will discuss a number of astonishing facts that occurred in the fashion world arrives you may not be too aware of:
- Cadbury chocolate ad
New – Cadbury recently launched several new product variants taste chocolate. But did you know that the writing on the chocolate pack made a world-class supermodel, Naomi Campbell, who happened to come from the black race was offended. The writing said “Step aside Naomi, now there is a new idol to emerge.” How not offended, she is likened to the chocolate which is actually to eat. Or it could also be interpreted as oppression against blacks. Subsequently it was reported that Campbell would sue the company.
- Dove Ad
Dove is another product that directly demonstrates discrimination. This brand propagandizes that after using their products then the user will obtain a smooth white skin. The indirect election of black models in advertisements is described the user is not on dove looks like the model. When you are wearing it will look like the skin changed to white.
In 2007, L’Oreal had rocked the fashion world. These companies are known not hire blacks as a mediator to promote their products. Even though in subsequent years this brand has denied the news, by using Beyonce as a model.
4. Vaseline man
As same as Dove, this product is dedicated for men also use the model from India. Where the model’s face darkened and partly whitened partly as a reflection of the use of the products offered.
Well, have answered the questions above tickle. You are the judge.
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