Dolce and Gabbana Under Fire Again for Simulating “Gang Bang” in Campaign: Details

Dolce & Gabbana
Kelly Cutrone said she believes Dolce & Gabbana's latest ad looks like it "simulates a gang bang." 

Not a good week at Dolce & Gabbana.

Days after its designers incited rage for their controversial beliefs on IVF, Dolce & Gabbana got slammed by Kelly Cutrone for a print ad that, to the People's Revolution fashion publicist, appears to simulate a "gang bang."

The campaign ad—which was actually released in 2007 and subsequently banned by many publications around the world—is now the center of attention again since the America's Next Top Model judge tweeted about it on Sunday, March 15. In it, four unsmiling men in various states of undress surround one woman in a bodysuit, pinned to the ground by one of the male models.

Cutrone, for one, continues to not be impressed.

Her tweets (which were supported by many of her followers, who replied in agreement) come on the heels of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana's crude comments over IVF (in vitro fertilization), which the designers called "synthetic."

While Dolce recently told Panorama magazine, "The only family is the traditional one," Stefano added, "Life has its natural course, there are things that must not be changed. And one of these is the family."

Since then, a number of celebs, including Sir Elton John (who credits IVF for his ability to have children), have spoken out about D&G's comments. "Your archaic thinking is out of step with the times, just like your fashions," John wrote via Instagram before encouraging a boycott of the brand.

Sign up now for the Us Weekly newsletter to get breaking celebrity news, hot pics and more delivered straight to your inbox!

Want stories like these delivered straight to your phone? Download the Us Weekly iPhone app now!