The fashion label was slammed for cashing in on the coronavirus crisis with a series of COVID clothing – including a $ 120 ‘iso iso’ dress and an expensive ‘go away hue’ skirt
- Born to be Chic is an Australian fast fashion label known for selling party dresses
- In their new arrival section on the website they chose the COVID-19 theme
- The ensemble is called ‘Quarantini time’, ‘keep your distance’ and ‘cute in ISO’
- Meanwhile meant to be a light fan of the brand calling it ‘sick’
- “Do they wear triple digits for fast mode in the global crisis?” One person said
Australian clothing labels have been criticized for naming some of their newest dresses after the deadly ones coronavirus, with clothes like ‘keep your distance’ and ‘cute on ISO’ sell for more than $ 100.
Born to be Chic famous for curating some of the latest trends but has been called ‘sick’ because it cashed in a deadly global pandemic with themed jackets, dresses and jumpsuits.
The ‘Go away hue’ v-neck dress comes in three colors – white, blue and pink – and will set you back $ 119.95, but has sold out in size six.
Born to be Chic is famous for curating some of the latest trends – whether it’s backless party dresses or high waisted denim shorts – but has been called ‘sick’ because it cashed in a global pandemic with their new jackets, dresses and jumpsuits.
‘Cute in iso’ dresses ($ 119.95) and ‘quarantini dresses’ (photo $ 109.95) are still available in sizes from six to 12
The ‘date night on Zoom’ jacket ($ 129.95) is a furry winter number that is also sold out in size six, despite being named after a video service company uses to communicate while working from home.
Black jumpsuit that is sold at the same price is called ‘rush 2021’ and is no longer available in size 12 while the ‘cute in iso’ dress ($ 119.95) and ‘quarantini dress’ ($ 109.95) are still available in sizes six to 12.
The ‘keep your distance’ dress ($ 119.95) in white is sold out.
As of Tuesday 7 April, there were 5,895 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Australia and 45 people had lost their lives.
The ‘Go away hue’ v-neck dress comes in three colors – white, blue and pink (right picture) – and will return you $ 119.95, but has already sold out in size six
Understandably Born to be Chic loyal customers are annoyed with the name change, with brands that usually call their clothes things like ‘Amara clothes’, ‘Parker clothes’ and ‘Teddy jackets’
Understandably Born to be Chic loyal customers are annoyed with the name change, with brands that usually call their clothes things like ‘Amara clothes’, ‘Parker clothes’ and ‘Teddy jackets’.
‘Do they really put on three digits for fast mode in a global crisis that costs millions of jobs? To be really real? ‘One person writes online.
“Oh, honey, this won’t end well,” said another.
‘Do they really put on three digits for fast mode in a global crisis that costs millions of jobs? To be really real? ‘One person writes online (photos sold out keeping your distance visible)
Symptoms of coronavirus and how it is spread:
Symptoms of coronavirus
Symptoms can range from mild illness to pneumonia. Some people will recover easily, and others may get sick very quickly. People with coronavirus may experience:
- flu-like symptoms such as coughing, sore throat and fatigue
- hard to breathe
How it spreads
There is evidence that the virus spreads from person to person. This virus is most likely to spread through:
- close contact with infectious people
- contact with droplets from coughing or sneezing of an infected person
- touching objects or surfaces (such as doorknobs or tables) that have cough drops or sneezing from an infected person, and then touch your mouth or face
How to prevent it
Everyone must practice good hygiene to protect against infection. Good hygiene includes:
- wash your hands frequently with soap and water
- use a tissue and close your mouth when coughing or sneezing
- avoid close contact with others, such as touching
Others say they don’t object to dress patterns and don’t care about names, ignoring the fact Born to be Chic uses coronavirus as a marketing tool.
“Okay, but” keep your distance “and” cute “are riding the train,” said a woman.
“” Keep your distance “is really cute but how can I get that chocolate?” in other words, referring to the model wearing the clothes.
FEMAIL has contacted the brand to comment.
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