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Ciara's four-year-old daughter Sienna Wilson models an oversized red blazer in her mom's new LITA clothing line.

In photos posted on Ciara's Instagram account, mom and daughter pose in the new ad for the line, which is an acronym for Love Is The Answer.

Ciara wears a black and white animal print coat, black boots and black leggings, while Sienna wears an oversized red blazer with oversized white tee and white socks with no shoes.

In the second snapshot, Sienna steals the spotlight, as she stands alone with the LITA by Ciara logo written across her image.

Question: What do you think about Ciara's clothing line? Would you purchase something from her line?
 

Terry Mango Liam Frank Odhiambo

The parents of the 5-year-old model featured in H&M Clothing's controversial "Coolest Monkey in the Jungle" advertisement says they were forced to flee their home due to public backlash.

Terry Mango and her partner Frank Odhiambo appeared on ITV's This Morning with the son Liam on Monday. They said they were forced to flee their Stockholm, Sweden home with their children after public backlash to the image of Liam wearing the hoodie.

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H&M Stores

H&M closed down all of its stores in South Africa after the stores were ransacked by a group protesting a H&M online advertisement featuring a black boy wearing a hoodie.

The Swedish-based clothing retailer announced all stores in South Africa were temporarily closed after the protesters trashed the stores on Saturday.

Activists and consumers were outraged over an H&M ad featuring a black boy wearing a hoodie that read: "Coolest Monkey in the Jungle".

The boy's mother later dismissed the controversy, telling Americans to "Stop crying wolf all the time".

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Coolest Monkey in the Jungle

A wise woman once said: "There is no such thing as bad publicity: ALL publicity is good publicity."

H&M is the latest retailer to use creative advertising gimmicks to drive traffic to their online store.

H&M came under fire over the weekend for using a black boy model to advertise a “coolest monkey in the jungle” hoodie. The advertisement appeared on H&M's UK website.

Many outraged Twitter users who don't even shop at H&M threatened to boycott their stores.

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