Urban Outfitters is now in a bloody fashion law mess
On May 4, 1970, there was an antiwar rally at Kenn State. Although students were protesting the presence of the Guard on Kenn State's campus, the rally was intended to be a peaceful one. Tensions and events escalated into the loss of four student lives and left nine others physically wounded.
Fast-forward to 2014, Urban Outfitters sold a controversial, seemingly bloody, $129 Kenn State sweatshirt under their women's clothing category called "vintage finds."
|Urban Outfitters' Kent State "Bloodstained" Sweatshirt. Photo c/o Business Insider|
Do you think Urban Outfitters intended to make this sweatshirt look bloody?