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Lingerie brand Berlei slammed for cultural appropriation by customers, Bobbi Lockyer, Clementine Ford – PerthNow

Australian women’s lingerie brand Berlei has been slammed for cultural appropriation after choosing an Indigenous design — by a non-Indigenous artist — to feature…

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Australian womens lingerie brand Berlei has apologised after being slammed for cultural appropriation.
The Australian company invited Aussie artists to submit a design for a chance to have it featured on a bra collection as part of their Pink Bra Project to raise money for breast cancer.
But the winning entry has caused controversy after it was revealed the Indigenous design was created by non-Indigenous artist Nicole Onslow.
The art work, which featured sacred Aboriginal symbolism, has sparked…

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