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Australian clothing brand Zimmermann apologises for copying traditional Mexican design – NEWS.com.au

Australian clothing brand Zimmermann apologises for copying traditional Mexican design

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A popular Australian fashion brand has apologised for taking inspiration from an Indigenous Mexican design after a $795 beach dress caused a massive backlash on social media. The brand’s riders panelled tunic dress is part of a new swim collection and is notable for a distinct cross-stitched peacock design across the chest.
But in Mexico, many quickly saw similarities between that dress and the traditional garb of the Mazatec people of the Oaxaca state.
It wasn’t just the peacocks, either: Other…

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