OUTRAGE! Fashion Brand Debuts School-Shooting Themed Hoodies With Bullet Holes In It!

Fashion expresses culture and persona of the generation. Well, this fashion brand has designed hoodies with bullet holes in it! Well, they have faced a massive backlash on the Internet! Look over the designs and rage from the Internet. Scroll down!

Spring 2020 Menswear by Bstroy

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The Spring collection hoodies depicted the school names that was devasted by mass shootings. It recalled how hundreds of school students and professors were killed in the outrage.

The second in the list

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17 people were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Four schools: Virginia Tech, Marjory Stoneman, Columbine, and Sandy Hook were the prey of the mass shooting.

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The brand is criticized for being insensitive to the shooting!

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Most Internet users thought that the brand is “unethical” and “wrong”. While some of them defended brands move and told that it encouraged people to look over the gun problems in the United States.

Virginia Tech

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The brand designer Brick Owens wrote on Instagram: “Sometimes life can be painfully ironic. Like the irony of dying violently in a place, you considered to be a safe, controlled environment, like school. We are reminded all the time of life’s fragility, shortness, and unpredictability yet we are also reminded of its infinite potential.”

Internet rages with backlash

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The user writes “As a Sandy Hook family, what you are doing here is absolutely disgusting, hurtful, wrong and disrespectful. You’ll never know what our family went through after Vicki died protecting her students. Our pain is not to be used for your fashion.”

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Shame on you!

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“I lost my niece in Parkland from bullet holes in her. My 14-year teenage son has had to live through trying to understand why his favorite cousin is dead from Parkland. This is disgusting on so many levels. You are taking advantage of my dead niece for your own profit. Shame on you!”

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Victim’s family

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Shawn M Herlock wrote, My 14-year-old fashionista niece was murdered in Parkland. She was a professional illustrator and aspired to be a clothing designer like you. You should be ashamed of taking advantage of her death to make[money emoji].Today, I proudly wear her designs.

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