Best feud ever or nah?!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 29, 2015
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And decked out in the new collection, the trio were the epitome of spring.
Kate hit the red carpet in a pale green and yellow shift, which she styled with simple black flats and a boxy Mark Cross bag.
The dress looks stellar, but her accessories were way off base!
The clothes themselves are cute enough, but the ads for the collection have sparked controversy among some consumers for mainly depicting white models.
A Change.org (see it HERE) petition has been started by L'Sean Rinique urging Target to remedy this by including more African-American models in the ads and issuing an apology to the film's star Quvenzhané Wallis, and has already garnered several hundred signatures from supporters.
The petition in part states:
Lingerie lines are the new fragrance deals!
Apparently, the actress spotted the brand while living in Paris with her husband Olivier Martinez, and decided that it would be great for women in the US as well!
Annnnd another client bites the dust!
Now Target is no longer supporting his allegedly deplorable behavior, and even released a statement saying so.
Target spokesperson Joshua Thomas wrote:
Music festival fashion has become HUGE over the past several years!
This year, we've been especially inspired by the styles Hollywood's elite were wearing to Coachella.
Sure, there' still one weekend left, but the first few days delivered PLENTY of fashion to take tips from!
Check out 2014's really hot trends on some really hot celebs, then find out where you can get similar looks…AFTER THE JUMP!!!