Dolce & Gabbana Just Trolled Melania Trump 'Haters' By Selling These T-Shirts

It's not everyday that a brand attempts to boycott itself, but apparently that's exactly what Dolce & Gabbana is doing these days.

After brand co-founder Stefan Gabbana took to Instagram to praise first lady Melania Trump's outfits during her recent trip overseas, critics quickly commented on the post #boycottdolcegabbana, PopSugar reports. 


Thank you for your visit in Italy @flotus hope to see you soon here again THANK YOU FOR WEAR #DGWoman

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In response to the drama, Dolce & Gabbana released a line of "#Boycott Dolce & Gabbana" men's and women's t-shirts. An individual shirt retails at $245.

In another Instagram post, Gabbana shared a short film of Italian protesters having a demonstration against the company. In the caption, he urged customers, once again, to boycott the brand. 


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What do you think of the Dolce & Gabanna #boycott?

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