Wow. Just. Wow.
Whatever statement this company thinks they were trying to make . . . they failed MISERABLY.
There's a fashion company called Bstroy and they're getting destroyed on social media right now over some new hoodies they just debuted at a fashion show in New York.
The hoodies have bullet holes in them . . . and feature names of schools that had mass shootings, like Sandy Hook, Virginia Tech, Columbine, and Marjory Stoneman Douglas.
The comments on the Instagram pictures of the hoodies have been almost universally negative . . . including some from survivors of the shootings and their families.
So what were the designers thinking? They posted a vague statement on Instagram about how, quote, "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."
They also sent an email to NBC saying they, quote, "Wanted to make a comment on gun violence" and the hoodies were made to explore, quote, "not just the surface layer of gun violence in schools but also the different ways that we relate to each other."
And they say the hoodies were initially just for the fashion show and they weren't going to produce them . . . but now they're considering selling them.
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