Laura and Natasha Wilona’s Stunning Style at New York Fashion Week, Peek at the Details

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New York Fashion Week Fall 2024 is star-studded. The country’s famous faces did not miss one of the most important events in the international fashion calendar.

Cinta Laura and Natasha Wilona attended the Tory Burch fashion show which was held at the New York Public Library, New York City, on Monday (12/2/2024).

They are side by side with a number of top Hollywood names, such as actress Uma Thurman and Awkwafina. Don’t forget models Barbara Sprouse and Alexa Chung.

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Snowy winter is still hitting the city nicknamed the Big Apple. However, this condition did not prevent Cinta Laura from giving her maximum style.

Laura and Natasha Wilona's Love StyleCinta Laura’s style at the Tory Burch Fall 2024 collection fashion show which was held as part of New York Fashion Week. (Photo: Getty Images via Tory Burch)

This multitalented Indonesian-German actress appeared in a somber green sleeveless dress from the Tory Burch Resort 2024 collection. The dress comes with a curved waistline that emphasizes the curves of her body. Meanwhile, a feminine impression is felt through the pleated texture on the skirt.

Cinta Laura then completed her style with a T Monogram Chain Wallet bag. The

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Fashion giant H&M pulls ad after claiming it sexualized underage girls | Fashion Industry

Swedish brand apologizes after advertisement campaign in Australia prompts online backlash.

H&M, the Swedish fashion giant, has withdrawn an advertisement for school clothing after complaints it sexualized underage girls.

The advertising campaign launched in Australia featured two young girls in school uniforms with the caption, “Make those heads turn in H&M’s Back to School fashion”.

“We have removed this ad,” an H&M spokesperson said on Monday. “We are deeply sorry for the offense this has caused and we are looking into how we present campaigns going forward.”

The move comes after social media users accused the clothing brand of sexualizing young girls.

“The little girls’ parents generally prefer heads don’t ‘turn’ when others see their daughters walking to school, on a bus or in class,” Melinda Tankard Reist, an Australian writer known for campaigning against pornography, said in a post on X, formerly Twitter.

“Why would you want to fuel the idea that little girls should draw attention to their looks, bodies and ‘style’? Maybe have a word to your marketing team and come up with something that doesn’t draw attention to pre-pubescent girls already struggling to thrive in a culture that values ​​’lookism’ as an aspirational goal?”

The backlash

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