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    Did Bella Hadid Delete Her Balenciaga Post Because Of The Backlash?

    Bella Hadid is one of the most popular models of recent times. In just a short span of four years, Hadid has made around 27 appearances on international Vogue magazine covers. She has also been part of several brand endorsements and high-profile events.

    Recently, her association with the high fashion brand Balenciaga has come into question after the BDSM controversy. The 26-year-old model had posted two images from their campaign on social media, which are now deleted. Let’s find out the detail of this entire ordeal.

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    Bella Hadid Distances Herself From Balenciaga

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    Bella Hadid

    Hadid endorses several high-profile brands and often promotes them via her social media handles. However, things go awry if these brands are associated with something controversial.

    On Tuesday, the young model posted an image of herself on Instagram from the Balenciaga campaign. However, according to Page Six, Hadid deleted that image on Wednesday because of the BDSM backlash.

    Though she removed that image, people were quick to point out her collaboration with the brand in the past. She had recently posted about a Balenciaga and Adidas collaboration.

    In other images from the campaign, Hadid and Nicole Kidman model Belanciaga’s latest designs for adults. However, their kids’ clothing line has come under the radar.

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    What Is The BDSM Controversy?

    Balenciaga's controversial campaign
    Balenciaga’s controversial campaign

    Balenciaga has recently been receiving heat for its latest ad campaign. It features children holding stuffed animals that are wearing bondage-inspired outfits.

    The clear BDSM-inspired apparel irked people who started the #cancelbalenciaga on the internet. The fashion brand quickly deleted those pictures and apologized to everyone after the backlash.

    In a statement, the company said: “We apologize for displaying unsettling documents in our campaign. We take this matter very seriously and are taking legal action against the parties responsible for creating the set and including unapproved items for our Spring 23 campaign photoshoot. We strongly condemn abuse of children in any form. We stand for children’s safety and well-being.”

    Gabriele Galimberti, the photographer of these campaigns, denied that he had any involvement with the creative direction of the photoshoot.

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