Style Zara Pulls Skirt Following Complaints That It Features Alt-Right Hate Symbols

19:25  19 april  2017
19:25  19 april  2017 Source:   ELLE (UK)

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Zara pulls skirt following complaints that it features alt - right hate symbols . The high-street brand has yet to release a statement. Most Popular. By Naomi Gordon. 19 April 2017. Zara has taken down a skirt from its website after complaints that the item features hate symbols with alt - right

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Zara Pulls Skirt Following Complaints That It Features Alt-Right Hate Symbols © Provided by Hearst Communications, Inc Zara Pulls Skirt Following Complaints That It Features Alt-Right Hate Symbols Zara has taken down a skirt from its website after complaints that the item features hate symbols with alt-right connotations.

The denim skirt in question appears to have been embroidered with Pepe the Frog – an originally harmless illustration created by the cartoonist Matt Furie as part of his comic strip in 2005, but which has since been claimed by white supremacists.

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