Fashion Brand Loewe Apologizes For $1,840 Outfit Resembling Concentration Camp Uniform


The luxury fashion house said it was “never our intention” to sell an outfit that evoked memories of “one of the most odious moments in the history of ma…

fashion brand loewe apologizes for 1840 outfit resembling concentration camp uniform Fashion Brand Loewe Apologizes For $1,840 Outfit Resembling Concentration Camp Uniform


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Unable to see anything but concentration camp uniforms in this $1,840 ensemble from @loewe ‘s William De Morgan capsule, a collection meant to “capture a freedom of imagination”. But with the particular stripe proportions and layout, uniform-style garments, and prominent chest patches, there’s not actually much left to the imagination when the resulting look is so uncannily disturbing. Fast fashion retailers like Urban Outfitters and Zara have had similar products slip through the cracks, which were generally blamed on third-party vendors and swiftly destroyed. Loewe has week-old comments calling this out on post featuring a black and white image from @britishvogue … when will we see a response? • #Loewe #jwanderson #williamdemorgan #loewewilliamdemorgan #britishvogue #capsulecollection #fashion #designer #luxury #luxurybrand #fail #insensitive #holocaust #holocaustmemorial #uniform #prisoner #stripes #stripeshirt #pajamas #history #wwii #loewebag #jwandersonconverse #jwandersonxuniqlo #fashionfail #zara #urbanoutfitters #model #news #dietprada

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Fashion Brand Loewe Apologizes For $1,840 Outfit Resembling Concentration Camp Uniform

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