Gucci is mocked for having copied the notorious criminal who became viral with his DEVAST8 face tattoo
Gucci is mocked because he copied the notorious criminal who went viral in his latest catwalk show with his DEVAST8 face tattoo
- Last week, Alessandro Michele & # 39; s Gucci Cruise wardrobe was paraded in Rome
- Twitter went to the core, models seemed inspired by DEVAST8
- However, the Italian brand used the words & # 39; Amore & # 39 ;, & # 39; Roma & # 39; and & # 39; Gucci & # 39;
A high fashion brand seems to be inspired by a simple criminal in their latest collection.
Last week, Alessandro Michele & # 39; s Gucci Cruise 2020 wardrobe was paraded in the hilltop Capitolis Museum in Rome and it bore a striking resemblance to & # 39; DEVAST8 & # 39; – a New Zealand man with his name tattooed before his mouth.
Twitter was confused when several models stepped onto the catwalk with similar scribings on their faces, with the difference that the words used & # 39; Amore & # 39 ;, & # 39; Roma & # 39; and & # 39; Gucci & # 39; goods.
DEVAST8 went viral in 2017 when he complained to the media in his home country that he could not find work because of the tattoo he received when he was drunk in prison.
The man's real name is Mark Cropp and he was most recently convicted of assaulting and threatening a pregnant woman, according to the New Zealand Herald.
Cropp, 21, also appeared in court in February in the district of Papakura, New Zealand with a garbage dump with the word Devast8 written in block letters on the hip belt.
DEVAST8, or Mark Cropp, went viral in 2017 when he complained to the media in his home country that he couldn't find a job because of the facial tattoo he got while he was drunk in prison
A week after admitting his attack on a pregnant woman, he begged in another court to be accused of presenting a firearm during a fight. The court heard that the firearm was a simulation.
Twitter is now inundated with its name again because one of & # 39; the world's top brands seems to have inspired him.
Gilda Kirkpatrick tweeted: & # 39; Oh, Gucci has just been our actress & # 39; DEVAST8 & # 39; copied in their fall show? Go # DEVAST8 guest, you have had an impact on the fashion front. & # 39;
Gucci was fooled online because he seemed to pay tribute to the notorious criminal
A model walks the runway on the Gucci Cruise 2020 at Musei Capitolini in Rome last week
& # 39; Oh Gucci … wonder if they realized that he has attacked a pregnant woman and will be sentenced for it soon … & # 39; said Anna Leask, a crime reporter with the New Zealand Herald.
Another user sarcastically tweeted his congratulations to Mr. Cropp and said: “What about our own Devast8, one of New Zealand's best little criminals influencing the new Gucci fashion season. Well done Mark. & # 39;
Gucci had to apologize earlier this year when the brand was heavily criticized for selling a woolen sweater that looked like a black face.
The balaclava cap with black wool, which was sold for around £ 700, had a pair of large red lips around the lips of a model, with the neck part pulled over her nose.
DEVAST8 went viral in 2017 when he complained to the media in his home country that he could not find work because of the tattoo he received when he was drunk in prison
This woman said, tongue-in-cheek, that DEVAST8 had made a splash in the fashion world
& # 39; One of New Zealand's smallest criminals & # 39; is what this Twitter user called the infamous Mark Cropp
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