You would think that by now, the fashion industry would know better than to incorporate racist imagery in its designs and accessories. In recent years, we’ve seen Dolce & Gabbana’s racially insensitive ad campaign in China; Prada’s monkey keychains; and Gucci’s “blackface” sweater. In each instance, the backlash had serious public relation and financial consequences for the brands: D&G had to shut down its China show, while the latter two brands pulled the offending products and apologized. In the cases of Prada and Gucci, the legal consequences are still ongoing. And yet, another fashion week has passed and with it another scandal, this time at a fashion school. Last week, the Fashion Institute of Technology, a New York state university, held a runway show that showcased the designs of recent graduates from its MFA program. It included a collection by Junkai Huang, a student from China, which sought to highlight the “ugly features of the body,” the New York Post reports. Huang requested that models wear gigantic prosthetic lips, ears, and bushy eyebrows as accessories. Read more at The Cut.