When did Bey turn into a skinny white girl?
Cavalli Group Responds To Beyonce Backlash After Sketch Erases Curves
Via The Sun reports:
The Italian designer created the dress exclusively for the singer’s Mrs. Carter Show world tour, but the press release depicts a dramatically emaciated image of the star.
In the sketch, the 31-year-old beauty is seen with an exaggeratedly petite waistline in place of her famous curves and long, spindly arms and legs as she sports the vibrant printed cut-out gown designed for her.
Outraged fans quickly flooded Roberto’s Facebook page, where the image was posted, slamming the fashion designer for the unrealistic perception of Beyonce.
One upset fan wrote: “Why would you do such a sketch that clearly doesn’t reflect her shape?! I really don’t get why brands force women to follow certain kind of body shapes that most people find un attractive. Real Beyonce figure is! (sic)”
Another comment read: “If this is supposed to be a sketch of BEYONCE why not actually draw BEYONCE instead of some imaginative image which fits the status quo for sickly looking run way models?? She is absolutely gorgeous just the way she is, not as she’s represented in that sketch. (sic)”
However, other users quickly pointed out that fashion sketches often feature tall, thin models with elongated limbs.
The incident marks the latest uproar surrounding Beyonce’s curvaceous figure, as the Grown Woman singer was reportedly infuriated recently when high street chain H&M appeared to haved slimmed down the star in their latest advertising campaign using Photoshop.
Do you think the sketch was created to purposely depict Bey as a malnourished tanned model? Hit the flip for a statement from the Cavalli Group for the design…
“Dear Fans, We would like to clarify that the image of the gown created by Roberto Cavalli for Beyoncé is a sketch and not a photo, and therefore it is only meant to be a stylized and artistic vision. Roberto Cavalli loves women and more than anyone else has always exalted and highlighted the female shape with his creations, building his signature style on the glorification of sensuality and femininity.”