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Dolce & Gabbana Under Fire After Melania Trump Comment (Video)

Melania Trump's little black Dolce & Gabbana dress worn on New Year's Eve is causing controversy. When designer, Stefano Dolce, saw the future First Lady in the dress, he posted a thank you message on Instagram and called her "beautiful". This post caused a firestorm for the design house. Some comments compared Melania to Eva Braun and questioned why he would praise her. After seeing the great backlash, Dolce & Gabbana simply asked these critics not to wear their clothes anymore.

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