People in Hong Kong went to the streets on Sunday, but unlike previous mass rallies in the city, this one wasn’t about politics or democracy. The cause: The right to take photos in front of luxury retailer Dolce & Gabbana.
Dolce & Gabbana finally gave in to protesters and apologized for banning photography in front of their Hong Kong store — but do they mean it? A statement was released on Wednesday, just days before one of the busiest shopping season... Read Post
Retailers often prohibit patrons from taking pictures inside stores, and they have every right to do that. But what about when someone wants to snap a pic of a storefront from the public street? Dolce & Gabbana has ignited a flurry ... Read Post