urban outfitters controversy
The Anti-Defamation League called on Urban Outfitters to remove a gray-and-white striped tapestry with a pink triangle from
Urban Outfitters is back in the news and, once again, it’s not for anything good.
When it comes to the business of style, there are some truths to accept: Fashion Week will ruin your Instagram stream, that
As a generation that supports change, social justice and healthy body image, Urban Outfitters continually tears away at what millennials value most, then promotes it in the form of overpriced T-shirts.
The store offered a one-of-a-kind Kent State University sweatshirt splattered with red coloring for $129. The tactless garment
Listen up, Urban Outfitters: Teaming up with a salon called "Hairroin," which uses "addicted" in its slogan, and handing out needle-shaped pens isn't funny or cute or even catchy. It's pathetic, sad and beyond poor taste. It's disgusting.
Soares, who designs and sells his work on various goods like iPhone cases and t-shirts through e-commerce site Society 6
The shirt's existence came to light on Sunday after being tweeted alongside another offensive Urban shirt, the infamous "Eat
Perhaps this new religious scandal within the Hindu community might just make Urban Outfitters learn its lesson. "Lord Ganesh
Urban may be the first major U.S. clothing retailer attempting to make alcohol an active part of its in-store experience