The British fashion designer creatively aimed to bring attention to the social issue using a window display in Milan.

British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood used mannequins in the window display of her brand’s flagship store in Milan to raise awareness about domestic violence. The issue was addressed head-on, with help from ad agency Leo Burnett Milan.

1 in 3 women are victims of domestic violence in the country, so one of the three mannequins in the store window was given a black eye and covered in bruises. It sits between two others, which strike glamourous poses and model the latest designs without any visible signs of abuse.

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