Dior sparks outrage over photo for 'demeaning Korean women'

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  1. I think that Dior has taken the appropriate action. They realized that the art was offensive and immediately removed it with an apology.

    Very professionally handled, in my opinion.
     
  2. Fair enough, I thought it was just artwork and did not realise it was in their flag ship store. Sounds like the right outcome all round.
     

  3. I think is exactly what happened ... For the ones who cannot read the signs, we would have no clue it's the red light district... To me, it was a grungy urban scene that was juxtaposing the modern and feminine bag...