People are not happy with Ashely Graham and Naomi Campbell for deciding to walk in Dolce & Gabbana’s fashion show.
The pair, along with Helena Christensen, Lady Kitty Spencer and Maye Musk, strutted down the runway in their Alta Moda Fashion Show in Como, Italy.
But fans on Twitter quickly took notice of Campbell and Graham’s participation and called the models out for their support of the design duo despite their controversial past.
The men behind the brand have made offensive comments about IVF treatments, homophobic slurs and have insulted many stars, including Victoria Beckham and most recently Selena Gomez.
Graham, 30, posted to Instagram about the show was flooded with comments from fans expressing their disappointment in her choosing to walk.
“I’m actually quite shocked you modelled in a show for a racist, homophobic designer. Thought you were better than this,” one Instagram user wrote.
And when Campbell, 48, posted to social about the show, fans took to her comments section as well.
“Sorry Naomi, but it’s not cool for you to be supporting anti-gay, cyberbully Dolce and Gabbana,” the user “TheMissJames” wrote.
Neither Campbell nor Graham have responded to the backlash.