Home News Singaporeans see red over Giordano's National Day apparel ad featuring Ang Moh...

Singaporeans see red over Giordano’s National Day apparel ad featuring Ang Moh family

Author

Date

Category

- Advertisement -

Clothing brand Giordano has drawn flak for an advertisement about their National Day polo t-shirt collection that features a Caucasian father, mother, son and an Asian daughter standing in front of a National Day themed backdrop.

The photo appears to be a shoddily photoshopped version of an older Giordano advertisement featuring the same models in casual wear:

Netizens have been brutal with their comments, highlighting the race of the models in a National Day advertisement and also poking fun at Giordano’s graphic designer for the poor photoshop job:

- Advertisement -

Show your love for Singapore by jumping onto the matchy-matchy family bandwagon with us! Polos are at $39(min 2) and…

Posted by GIORDANO on Thursday, 20 July 2017

Follow us on Social Media

Send in your scoops to news@theindependent.sg 

No tags for this post.
- Advertisement -

Worst Covid-19 outbreak since 2020 a good reality check for S’pore: Experts

Singapore – The increasing number of Covid-19 community cases in Singapore serves as a reminder not to let one's guard down, say experts. The recent cases show that nobody can relax, not even for a moment, said Professor Teo Yik Ying, Dean...

Covid-19: Singapore tightens, India frightens

What do you think were the two biggest pandemic stories of the last week – and would continue to be in the weeks ahead? One is a worrying development that Singapore seems to have control over. Unfortunately, the second is a...

Singapore, Britain must not appear imperialist to China

With a large British naval force scheduled to pass through Singapore to enter the South China Sea in May, the British must deploy their naval force in a way that will not appear as imperialist posturing against China. If the Chinese...
Follow us on Social Media

Send in your scoops to news@theindependent.sg 

No tags for this post.
Theindependent