Ralph Lauren called out for 'copying' Malaysian designer Datuk Zang Toi


Singer-songwriter Alicia Keys arrives for the 2022 Met Gala in an outfit designed by Ralph Lauren. Photo: AFP

Seen at the Met Gala this week was a flowy dress with a cape featuring the New York City skyline. The Ralph Lauren design appeared on the red carpet worn by singer-songwriter Alicia Keys.

It is now the subject of a huge controversy. Social media users have accused the American designer of "copying" New York-based, Malaysia-born designer Datuk Zang Toi.

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