Gal Gadot in Lebanese designer sparks backlash

Gal Gadot in Lebanese designer sparks backlash

Gal Gadot in Lebanese designer sparks backlash

"A flawless @gal_gadot in ELIE SAAB Ready-to-Wear Spring Summer 2018 at the national board of review annual gala in NY", wrote Saab on her Instagram page in a now-deleted post.

The picture of Gadot has since been removed from Saab's Instagram account.

"Wonder Woman" star Gal Gadot's dress has stirred controversy, prompting a designer to delete a photo of it from Instagram.

The image of Gadot, who starred in last year's action thriller "Wonder Woman", in a blue sash dress by Saab was accompanied by a description of the former Israel Defence Forces combat trainer as "flawless", the BBC on Friday reported.

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Lebanese TV producer Farah Shami wrote on Twitter that she doesn't "have a problem with her wearing @ElieSaabWorld but I do have a problem with posting her picture from Elie Saab's account and bragging about an ex Israeli soldier wearing his dress!" That didn't prevent or slow complaints on social media.

Lebanese fashion brand Elie Saab has been slammed for sharing a photo of Israeli actress Gal Gadot wearing a dress from its collection.

Gadot sparked anger in 2014 when she wrote a Facebook post backing Israeli troops during the Gaza War, which left more than 2,000 Palestinians dead. After the post was deleted, she added that his team "was smart enough to remove the post when people started commenting".

In 2017, her superhero blockbuster was, specifically because of her casting as the title character.

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