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"The fabric of social change and cultural activism has long
intersected fashion but there's a thin line that ultimately makes or breaks the picture when it comes to politics. Most of us remember the infamous Burkini controversy earlier this year, in France, after designers including Dolce & Gabbana presented a full body swimsuit for Muslim women. Many people found this to be positive, since it provided a platform for inclusiveness of people of all faiths. However, the situation turned sour when Laurence Rossignol, French minister for women's rights, accused the designers of "promoting women's bodies being locked up", to bolster their own finances. What should have been an avenue for women to be able to choose how they want to dress, soon became a political battleground. In this case, the politicians came off far worse in terms of public opinion. The situation hi-lighted the mess politicians can get into when they start weighing in on what women should wear."