Six Of The Most Offensive T-Shirts Ever Sold

By Alyssa Pereira

One of the risks of being a fashion designer is going¬†too¬†far. It’s one thing to make a statement to grab some attention, but it’s a completely different thing to outright offend the masses.

That’s exactly what these brands did.

You’d think that someone along the production line would have appealed the concepts, but somehow, these companies allowed these prints and t-shirts to go all the way to sale.

Here are some of the most controversial and offensive t-shirts ever sold by a popular brand.

1. Urban Outfitters’ Depression glamorizing crop top.

(Urban Outfitters)

(Urban Outfitters)

 

2. Rocawear’s ‘Occupy All Streets’, which facetiously trivialized the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York.

(Rocawear)

(Rocawear)

 

3. Zara’s children’s “Sheriff” shirt, which strongly resembled Holocaust concentration camp uniforms.

(Zara)

(Zara)

 

4. Urban Outfitters’ pro-ana ‘Eat Less‘ shirt

(Urban Outfitters)

(Urban Outfitters)

 

5. Abercrombie & Fitch’s racist Asian t-shirt collection.

(Abercrombie and Fitch)

(Abercrombie and Fitch)

 

6. Urban Outfitters’ bloody Kent State ‘revival’ sweatshirt.

(Urban Outfitters)

(Urban Outfitters)

 

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