It's only been three months since Gucci had to apologize for its blackface sweater. But it seems the brand hasn't learned its lesson.
The Italian fashion house made headlines earlier this week for its "Indy Full Turban," which was listed for sale on the website of luxury department store Nordstrom for a whopping $790.
The blue turban closely resembled the style of turbans worn by millions of Sikhs around the world, and people in the Sikh community were offended, calling out both Gucci and Nordstrom for cultural appropriation, insensitivity and the hefty price tag.
Nordstrom eventually pulled the turban from its website and apologized.
"We have decided to stop carrying this product and have removed it from the site," the retailer wrote in response to a complaint on Twitter. "It was never our intent to disrespect this religious and cultural symbol. We sincerely apologize to anyone who may have been offended by this."
Gucci still hasn't addressed the matter.