TikTok users are not happy with Chanel’s new advent calendar. The product, which was released over the weekend, has been roasted on the app for its contents.
Chanel president Bruno Pavlovsky told WWD that the company did not intend to cause controversy with the advent calendar and that it will be more cautious in the future. He also denied claims that Chanel blocked any TikTok account or deleted its page.
Many TikTok users are criticizing Chanel for releasing an advent calendar that features luxury items like handbags and watches. Some people argue that the product is not appropriate for Christmas, while others say that it is too expensive.
Many TikTok users have also accused Chanel of cultural appropriation. One user said that the advent calendar “promotes white supremacy and colonization.” Another said that it is “the epitome of exploitation.”
Chanel has not yet responded to the accusations of cultural appropriation. However, Pavlovsky said that the company will be more careful in the future. He added that Chanel thought the advent calendar would please some of its customers.
It is unclear whether or not Chanel will release a statement addressing the accusations of cultural appropriation. However, it is clear that TikTok users are not the only people who are unhappy with the advent calendar. They are not the only people who will be more cautious about their products in the future.
Chanel has not yet commented on the controversy back then.Earlier this month, Chanel has released a statement in light of the controversy surrounding its 2022 advent calendar, which got roasted on TikTok over the weekend for its contents. “This controversy is a bit of a shame because it was not what Chanel intended,” Chanel president Bruno Pavlovsky told WWD. “Chanel thought it would please some of its customers by offering this type of product. Evidently, we see that you have to be careful and therefore, in future, we will certainly be much more cautious.” The house also rejected the claim that it blocked any TikTok account and deleted its page.