Zara pulls ads mocking Palestinians from website amid boycott calls
Zara removed an advertising campaign mocking the Palestinian victims from its website and application on Monday after it faced boycott calls.
The ad featured mannequins with missing limbs and statues wrapped in white resembling dead bodies.
Inditex, Zara owner, said that the removal of the ad was part of its normal procedure of refreshing content, Reuters reported.
The company also said that the “Atelier” collection was conceived in July and the photos were taken in September.
Zara’s Instagram account saw a huge number of comments calling them out for the disrespect, while “#BoycottZara” was trending on X.