Karlie Kloss Apologizes For Cultural Appropriation In Vogue Shoot
Vogue casted Karlie Kloss as a Geisha in a “diversity” issue. You can see where this already doesn’t make sense.
It seems as if Karlie got more flack than Vogue has, but none the less, Karlie has apologized for her participation.
— Complex (@Complex) February 15, 2017
In a tweet sent by the model, she shares her feelings on the subject, and promises to be more careful in the future.
— Karlie Kloss (@karliekloss) February 15, 2017
If anything, many wish that magazines would cast the appropriate culture for appropriate roles.
What do you think? Is Karlie or Vogue in the wrong, or is this totally okay in your mind? Sound off in the comments.
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