The article: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/18/f...edia-response-new-york-fashion-week.html?_r=0 Some of the comments: https://twitter.com/search?q=marc+jacobs&ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^search To be honest this sort of behaviour makes me want to hit my head against the wall. Marc Jacobs has done NOTHING wrong in styling his models with dreadlocks, and they were more 90s cyberpunk/rave inspired dreadlocks (made of wool and in crazy colours) anyway, with that sub-culture being predominately white! Just saying! Some of the commenters are acting crazy - attacking Marc for his perfectly reasonable defence that some black people straighten their hair without calls of appropriation. They are saying straight hair is "for everyone" and "POC can have straight hair"....yet apparently dreadlocks are ONLY for black people. :rolle: Just casually ignoring the fact that white people can and do have dreaded hair, and dreadlocks have historically been a part of many non-black cultures and have been a part of white history for millenia (i.e. Greeks, Celts, Vikings). Seriously though, people wonder why we still have racism in Western society - it is down to permanently offended people like this and BLM throwing down massive roadblocks to positive discussion and integration. Could you imagine if the gay community acted in such a manner - shouting at any straight person wearing pink or a rainbow calling it cultural appropriation!