HONG KONG — Dolce & Gabbana apologized Wednesday to the people of Hong Kong after residents staged a series of protests outside one of its stores, accusing the brand of discrimination.
“We understand that the events which unfolded in front of the Dolce & Gabbana Boutique on Canton Road have offended the citizens of Hong Kong, and for this we are truly sorry, and we apologize,” the Italian fashion house said. “The Dolce & Gabbana policy is to welcome the Hong Kong people, and that of the whole world, respecting the rights of each individual and of the local laws.”
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