At the end of New York Fashion Week, a documentary was released that shows how brutal the modeling industry can be.
The film titled Picture Me follows model Sara Ziff and her friends as they try to make a name for themselves in the fashion world.
Unfortunately, getting to the top is not that easy.
One of the models in the film, Sena Cech has numerous horror stories of getting drugged, having her eyes burned after a photographer used a UV flash, and giving a certain photographer a hand job while on a shoot.
Since the posting, commenters have flooded social media with cultural appropriation accusations, arguing that the company was imitating a ceremonial gown worn by the Habesha community from Eritrea and northern Ethiopia.