Burberry Gets Lauded For Including A 4-YO Sikh Boy In ‘Patka’ In Their Kid’s Collection Ad

Representation of people from different countries, cultures, tribes, colours, sizes, and ethnicity makes the world inclusive. Hence, people who create and give such opportunities and reduce discrimination are always lauded and appreciated.

This time around it’s British luxury fashion house Burberry that’s been receiving a lot of positive responses from people around for including a Sikh child to model for their “back to school” children’s collection.

 

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The fashion brand took to social media and shared an image of the 4-year-old Sikh boy named Sahib Singh in the brand’s clothing along with a black ‘patka’, which is integral to the Sikh community.

Singh is seen wearing a Burberry jacket with shorts and white sneakers from their latest kids collection while holding a teddy bear in his hands.

 

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This picture of the little cutie broke the internet.


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Moreover, Singh isn’t the only kid representing a community in Burberry’s ad. The fashion giant also features other kids from different ethnicities.

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Kids from diverse communities posing for brands should be a normal thing. But since this is rare, it deserves all the appreciation it’s receiving online.

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