Vivy Yusof‘s fashion brand dUCk is currently trending all over Twitter again!

The label recently launched several designs of special edition neckties, as part of its brand new collaboration project with Marvel.

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Besides its eye-popping price, a lot of netizens have been discussing about the material used which is 100% silk. According to Islamic law, Muslim men are prohibited from wearing any clothes or accessories which are made from the fabric. In other words, it is deemed as haram (forbidden).

Realising the unexpected mishap as well as the massive amount of negative remarks received, dUCk uploaded a statement on its official social media, announcing their decision to withdraw the selling of the men’s accessory. The brand opened by apologising to everyone for “overlooking the choice of material” for their collaboration project with Marvel.

“We have stopped the sale of all the ties with immediate effect. Paid orders will be refunded too. As for the ties, we will be gifting them to our non-Muslim male frontliners instead, and hope we can make some frontliner daddies happy this Father’s Day,” dUCk wrote on the notice.

 

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Dearest dUCkies, we apologise for overlooking the choice of material for our MARVEL x dUCk ties and have stopped the sale of all the ties with immediate effect. Paid orders will be refunded too. As for the ties, we will be gifting them to our non-Muslim male frontliners instead, and hope we can make some frontliner daddies happy this Father’s Day. We apologise again for this blunder on our part. – D. #duckscarves

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