The reality star is again facing claims of cultural appropriation.
The answer is simple: Absolutely.
The Indonesia-born artist once fielded criticisms of cultural appropriation. But with his newest work, he's going back to his authentic story and truth as an immigrant.
“The name is the name and they weren’t going to change it,” said a spokesperson for Americans for Indian Opportunity, which consulted on the new Johnny Depp campaign.
The reality star's initial name for the brand, Kimono Solutionwear, culturally appropriated a Japanese garment.
“We are committed to creating a safe, respectful and inclusive environment for all," explained organizers of upcoming event at Golden Gate Park.
The reality TV star announced last week she would change the name of the line after receiving backlash.
The reality show star tweeted that she will soon launch her shapewear brand under a new name.
Negative reaction to the name of the shapewear line has inspired the hashtag #KimOhNo.
The reality star is being accused of cultural appropriation — again.
"Just because ur child is black doesn't mean u get to rock OUR cornrows," one commenter wrote on Instagram.
It's time we put more thought into borrowing fashion and accessories from Asian communities.
Blackface scandals led the Fox News host into a controversial detour about actors of color playing white historical figures.
The singer has deleted tweets defending her misspelled Japanese tattoo.
Why do some people believe they have to possess a piece of you or your culture — absorb it into their dominant experience — in order to be an ally?
The common Swahili expression has been making money for Disney ever since "The Lion King" came out in 1994.
The 22-year-old model hasn't commented on the backlash.
"Michael Kors wants you to wear a Mexican 'jerga' — because fashion!" one person said.
The actor was immediately slammed for cultural appropriation on social media.
People weren't smiling over this ad.