Miley Cyrus has a love-hate relationship with Dolce & Gabbana.

Pagal Parrot reports that the pop singer thanked the Italian fashion house for inviting her brother to their Milan fashion show but then began criticizing the brand’s political affiliations.

“I disagree with your politics, but I support your company’s efforts to celebrate new artists, Miley Cyrus posted on Instagram on June 20, 2017.

She is glad because Dolce & Gabbana gives new talent an opportunity to shine their life for all to see. The “Malibu” singer’s critique came after the brand released T-shirts and jeans earlier this month making fun of those who boycott the company for dressing First Lady Melania Trump.

Cyrus feuds with Dolce & Gabbana

Miley expresses her strong disapproval of Dolce & Gabbana's political views in an Instagram post, and her words may have long-lasting effects on the career of her brother Braison, who recently signed a contract with the fashion house.

According to the pop star, her brother did not want to become a fashion model. In fact, she introduced him to the fashion industry and helped Braison a lot in his career. Dolce & Gabbana’s co-founder, Stefano Gabbana, has announced that he would never work with Braison, and the word came after receiving Cyrus’ criticism for their political views.

Embracing opportunities

Braison Cyrus was in Italy to make his first runway show during the Dolce & Gabbana spring fashion event.

However, things did not go well as his elder sister began criticizing the brand. Despite the fact that Braison’s work has been admired by top fashion designers in the world, Stefano has decided to cancel his contract.

Meanwhile, the singer is proud of the performance of Braison on stage. She even congratulated him on Twitter for his catwalk in Milan on Sunday.

Later on, she made it clear through an Instagram post that she was not in favor of Dolce & Gabbana's kind of politics. However, Miley was not clear of which kind of political views she disagreed with, but the feud escalated when Gabbana replied on her comment box.

Stefano has fired back on Instagram saying, “We are Italians, and we don’t have an interest in the politics of the United States of America.”

Stefano Gabbana recently revealed that they were going to sell shirts in Canada and the United States for $245.

More recently, Dolce & Gabbana co-founder came under fire after a pair of shoes was listed as 'slave sandals' on the official website, and it’s obvious that a lot of people are not happy about Miley’s feud with the Italian fashion house. What are your views in this regard?